Various Manufacturer wheels are sourced from OE manufacturers, OEM wheel distributors, recyclers and even individuals like you. They offer steel and alloy wheels as originally equipped on the vehicle, in a variety of conditions (OE New, Reconditioned, Regular Inventory and OE Take Off). Various Mfr wheels are intended to be a direct replacement for the wheel style and finish that was originally offered on your vehicle.
- Please Note: Lug Nuts, TPMS Sensors, Center Caps and other wheel accessories/hardware are not included. Center Caps are sometimes pictured on the wheel for identification purposes only.
Determine your Wheel Attributes
to make sure you order the correct replacement wheel.
Which Wheel Style Is Right For You?
||Weight / Durability
||Performance / Ride Quality
|Steel - Multi-Fit Style
|Steel - OEM Style
|Alloy / Aluminum - OEM Style
Wheel Finish Chart
Not all finishes are available for each wheel - see part listing for available finish options
Hyper Silver Painted - Light
Hyper Silver Painted - Dark
Painted - The most common finish is a painted wheel which comes in a wide variety of designs. Painted wheels are sprayed or powder coated. The process of painting a wheel consists of prepping the wheel, priming, painting and applying a clear coat. This seals the finish against corrosion.
Machined - You can always tell machined wheels by the thin lines cut into the aluminum surface during the construction of the wheel. The lines, which resemble those of a CD, are sometimes so fine that they are nearly undetectable. The lines are what produce the rainbow effect that is customary with machined surfaces. Only the outermost surface of the wheel is machined and with some machined wheels, only a portion of the wheel is machined.
Polished - The most difficult of all wheel styles to identify are polished. They are generally very expensive and are constructed of the highest quality material. Some polished finishes resemble painted finishes, while others resemble chrome. Polished wheels have a lighter look and may not be clear-coated. Polished wheels that are not clear-coated have a much higher luster, but they require a great deal of maintenance. You will never see a metallic sparkle on polished wheels when viewed in bright sunlight. A polished wheel closely resembles silverware.
Chrome - The surface of chrome wheels is the most durable of all finishes. Although the chrome finish is thin, it is very strong and resistant to damage. However, in the colder climates, chrome has a tendency to peel due to salted roads along with the freezing and thawing of water. Most chrome wheel finishes resemble those of a typical kitchen faucet, which in most cases is also chrome.
Chrome Clad - The surface of a chrome clad wheel might look like a chrome wheel, but this wheel is actually an aluminum wheel backing with a chromed plastic facing adhered to it. The easiest way to tell if you have a chrome clad wheel is to tap on the front of it with your fingernail and listen. If it sounds like plastic, it's likely chrome clad.
PVD Chrome (Physical Vapor Deposition) - PVD Chrome is a powdered coating that looks like Chrome. To create this look, manufacturers coat the wheel with layers of powdered primer, powdered chrome and an acrylic (clear) coating for protection. The wheel looks chrome but the finish is physically better protected from the elements.
Hyper Silver Painted - Hyper Silver is a paint process that uses a metallic paint laid over a black undercoat to produce an extremely deep and shiny finish. Most BMW, Audi and Lexus wheels have been finished in Hyper Silver and now even domestic cars are using this type of finish for their OEM wheels. This finish is very hard to detect most of the time and can come in a variety of shades. The lighter version resembles the finish of a shark’s skin.
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