AutoAnything, Inc.
Your Cart Is Empty
Select your vehicle:

Wheels & Rims

Remember when 20" wheels were considered huge? AutoAnything remembers.


Wheels & Rims

There are a ton of reasons you might want to swap your factory rims for something with a little more personality, functionality, or both. Along with all the various needs people have for custom wheels comes more choice than any sane person would know what to do with. Luckily, we're not exactly what you would call "sane" people, and we made it our purpose to figure out just what the heck is going on in this crazy industry and how to best get you what you need. There is a ton to consider here, especially when moving to a different size rims from what you currently have, as the wrong size for your setup can lead to some major headaches.

So first let's go through the different kinds of rims for sale out there, what they're made for, and some different factors you should consider before pulling the trigger on a new set of custom wheels.

Just want custom wheels that are cool/unique?

You ever come out to your car and find an essentially identical one has parked right next to yours? That's a hell of a lot of money you spent on that thing just to have the guy across the street give you a "howdy neighbor" as he climbs into a copy and paste version of your car, isn't it? We hear you on that one. We want our vehicles to have a little bit of personality to them here, and we're sure you do too, hence the literal hundreds of different rims for sale on our site.

Need the performance?

"Simplify, then add lightness." -Colin Chapman

For outright track performance, the two most important factors for your rims are lightness and strength, however it's a tricky balance. Too much of one means you might not have enough of the other. Wheels are unsprung, rotational weight, along with your tires, brakes, axles, etc. This means that the more weight you add here, that's more power that both your engine and brakes need to put out to overcome that weight. Reducing this rotational mass where you can make a huge impact on acceleration, steering weight/feel, and braking. These just happen to be the place where weight can most easily be saved, as there is more room for different materials and designs to make the difference. The other main alternative would be carbon ceramic brake rotors, which can be quite a bit more expensive than most rims for sale.
View more...
Current Offers
1-12 of 873 products

Free Shipping

Thousands of products (Restrictions apply).

Guaranteed Lowest Price

Price protection for up to 1 year.

In-House Experts

Chat or Call for Special Offers.

Trusted Brands

Popular Part Numbers

From our experts

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Top 5 Ram Truck Upgrades in 2020

Your Ram isn’t just a truck, it’s a platform to build on and make your own. Whether you’re using it for getting work done, towing, or it’s the weekend warrior machine, you have choices at your disposal to get things done your way and to build your Ram to fit your needs specifically. It’s all […] The post Top 5 Ram Truck Upgrades in 2020 appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
Read more
Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Top 10 Wheels for the Chevy Silverado in 2020

New or old, swapping out your Chevy’s stock rims for an aftermarket set is one of the easiest ways to give your truck a new look. The not-so-easy part? Choosing the right ones! Rather than settling for the bland, conventional 17-inch steel wheels that come standard with your rig, opt for a set of our Silverado […] The post Top 10 Wheels for the Chevy Silverado in 2020 appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
Read more
Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Top 10 Wheels for Your Jeep Wrangler in 2020

Riding the rough-country may come easily to your Wrangler, but sooner or later, that lifestyle is bound to knock some of the shine off your 16” stock wheels. If you’re looking for a more resilient quartet of wheels, or a simple revamp of your factory-installed style, then you’re in luck — we carry a wide […] The post Top 10 Wheels for Your Jeep Wrangler in 2020 appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
Read more
View More