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Custom and replacement wheels
Performance and off-road tires
"Nice set of wheels." It's rarely a compliment that should be taken literally. It refers to the whole car. But so much of the way your set of wheels performs is actually based on those four round bits at the corners. Wheels and tires can improve your performance like nothing else can. For every performance application there is a different combination of wheels and tires. So once you've found yours, tighten them down and get ready to go.
There's a different set of wheels for every customized machine on the road. Steel or aluminum, large or small, aesthetic or purely functional (or both), there are many factors to consider. Aluminum alloy wheels are generally used for high performance applications for better heat dissipation, strength, and lightness, but steel wheels are less expensive, less porous, and are sometimes lighter. For many track applications, larger wheels are preferred over small wheels to accommodate large brake discs and narrower tire sidewalls. And there is always the look to consider. Wheels are like your ride's jewelry. The wrong set will draw attention away from the car, but the right ones will accent the good qualities it already has.
To simplify your decision, you have to first determine how you'll be using your tires. Off-road tires for your Jeep, truck, or SUV are available in many variations depending on climate and surface, be it sand, snow, or mud. Tarmac tires are just as varied. If you're racing on the track, you'll need high performance tires with a high softening temperature and narrow sidewalls. For the strip, you need drag slicks. And for the road, you'll need to choose between summer, winter, or all-weather tires, depending on the climate in your area.
Despite another cliché, it all comes down to where the rubber meets the road. A new set of tires and wheels will keep you safe, and safely ahead of the competition.
Free FedEx ground shipping on all orders over $100. Free shipping to 48 Continental United States only. Orders under $100 will incur a FedEx ground shipping charge of $9.95.
$9.95 Per Wheel/$25 Per Tire
Each wheel will incur a $9.95 per wheel fee and each tire will incur a $25 per tire fee up to $129. You will be charged a maximum of $129 regardless of how many wheels and/or tires you purchase.
$129 Truck Freight
Oversized parts will incur a $129 truck freight charge that FedEx cannot provide standard ground shipping on.