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2010 New Wheel Buyers Guide - OH Wheely

The New Wheel Shopping Guide

Charles Trieu
Mar 19, 2010
Photographer: Courtesy of the Manufacturer

If you've gotten this far in the magazine, we're hoping you've mastered offset and wheel fitment. The final step is to purchase your set of wheels. If you're like me this is the best part about building a car. I myself have three sets of wheels for my project car and even wheels for other cars I don't even own. Some collect shoes, I collect wheels. Remember to take everything into consideration. Getting the right look is all about the wheel design, sizing and offset. You don't want a wheel too big or too small. Rim diameter should be determined by the size of the car and also the size of your fender arch. Some of these manufacturers offer custom finishes, sizing, bolt patterns and offsets. So don't hesitate to give them a call.

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