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  • Three Different Wheel Covers

  • …for a stylish winter wheel, you can choose from three different steel wheel covers—all of which are tested with every steel wheel sold at Tire Rack to ensure a proper and secure fit. (It goes without saying, but wheel covers that don't fit right can damage the wheel or fall off completely.)…

  • Winter Wheel Decision Guide

  • Winter Wheel Decision Guide

    …of dedicated winter wheels and tires. The question remains however, how do I select a wheel that will perform well during the winter months? When it comes to winter wheels, you want to avoid chrome, polished and some machined accent wheels as they tend to be susceptible to damage from the weather as…

  • Winter / Snow Tire and Wheel Packages

  • …size your wheels for the winter months and get better traction with a narrower tire than the O.E. size. Another benefit to buying a complete package is the money you will save twice a year for dismounting and mounting your tires. This will also cut down on the chances of damaging a wheel or tire.…

  • Related Products: Snow Tire Packages
  • Wheel Tech Information - Mounting Reverse-Mount / Back-Mount Wheels

  • …center around the wheel adjacent to the other side of the bead seat. This helps avoid damaging the tire's bead by allowing it to maintain its manufactured diameter when being mounted. With a front-mount wheel shown on the left and a rear-mount wheel shown on the right, wheel styling and its…

  • Choosing the Best Wheel Finish

  • …your vehicle's paint as many wheel cleaners will ruin your wheel's finish. The following are common wheel finishes with attributes and considerations for each: * Chrome: Reflective plated finish that is relatively easy to wipe clean, Highly susceptible to road salt damage (not recommended for winter…

  • Wheel Tech Information - Finishes & Care

  • …of wax will help protect your wheels and make them easier to clean. Treat the finish of your wheels as you would the finish of your car. Most alloy wheels today feature a painted and/or a clearcoat finish. The best way to take care of wheels without damaging their protective finish is by frequently…

  • Related Products: Wheel Wax | Cleaning | Cleaning New Tires
  • Steel Rims vs. Alloy Wheels for Winter Use

  • Steel Rims vs. Alloy Wheels for Winter Use

    …clearance (depending on wheel style and brake components installed) * Some may require proper maintenance as finish damage may result in the harshest winter climates where salt and sand are routinely used Steel Wheels Sport Edition A7 It's important to remember that alloy wheels may be the only…

  • Related Products: Steel Rims | Steel Wheels | Winter Rims


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