Why Shop for Wheels by First Selecting a Vehicle?

5 years ago

Experience indicates that searching by wheel size, offset and/or bolt pattern alone are not specific enough

criteria to ensure an exact fitment.

Attention to detail prevents vibration, wheel/tire interference and unbalanced handling. A vehicle's critical

components are measured with sophisticated electronic tools to allow our fitment engineers the ability to create

extremely accurate drawings of these parts. Similar drawings of the wheels are also created and then Computer

Aided Design (CAD) programs match the wheels to the vehicles. Using these electronic tools, numerous critical

areas are verified to ensure the fit is within our standards before a wheel can be matched to a vehicle. Wheel size,

offset and bolt pattern are measured and each wheel's style/spoke design, the vehicle's brake caliper shape and

many other variables are checked for proper clearance and fit. Because of the numerous wheel/vehicle combinations,

this often means each wheel has to be individually tested on the vehicle either manually or electronically using the

CAD data.

Other items we measure or verify:

Read detailed information on what we measure here.

Custom applications? If you have a custom fitment, our sales specialists will gather the information needed to verify fitment

and will then confer with our fitment engineers to determine the selection of wheels available for your custom vehicle.