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How do I know what rim fits my car?

How do I know what rim fits my car?

The two easiest ways are to check the sticker plate in your car, it should be located inside the driver side door, or look online for the vehicle specifications for your exact make and model. That should tell you the standard rim size.

How do I know if a rim will fit my tire?

You will see a series of letters and numbers that will look like this for example: 205/55R16. This will confirm the size of the tires on your vehicle. Make sure all 4 tires read the same size, as some vehicles come with staggered fitments which means the front and rear wheels and tires can be different sizes.

How do you measure rim size?

Wheel or rim diameter is the distance measured in inches across the face of the wheel, from bead seat to bead seat. It’s measured this way because that’s where the tire and the wheel come together.

What is the best rim size?

“However, 16- and 17-inch are the most common off-road sizes due to being able to maximise the sidewall of the tyre to absorb impact and shock.” A bigger sidewall tyre affords more protection for the rim, which, as mentioned previously, is possible due to the size of the rim itself, as Tonkin explained.

What rims will fit my car?

One Wheel Isn’t Necessarily Like Another. When you look at the wheels on cars,they all seem to be pretty much the same.

  • Diameter is Just the First Variation. You are probably aware that wheels differ by diameter.
  • Bolt Pattern is Key.
  • Be Wary About Putting Wheels from Other Vehicles on Your Car.
  • What is the biggest size for a car rim?

    Square boxes with numbers (12) stand for custom car projects. Click the number to browse them. Rims navigation. 15×6.5 – Wider rim; 14×6.0 – Smaller rim; 16×6.0 – Larger rim

    How to know which rims will fit my car?

    Tire diameter can vary slightly for each tire model. The listed diameters are from calculations based on the tire size.

  • When changing tire sizes,we recommend staying within 3% of the diameter/height of the original tire.
  • This tire calculator is for information purposes only and we do not guarantee fitment based on this calculator alone.