Every driver knows what wheels do. They leverage mechanical force to spin your tires, and they get it by turning on axles. Once a vehicle gets going, they act as force-multipliers, keeping it going. It's that simple. It's how many different wheel materials, sizes, styles, and colors there are for sale out there that complicates things. You can get factory wheels in one of three types: durable steel, more durable aluminum alloy, or the most durable, a polymer like carbon fiber. Straightforward enough. Wheel diameters vary, though. Some wheels measure but 15 inches wide while others measure a whopping 20 inches or more. All GM wheels, however, come custom-fit by model and color-matched, assuming they're genuine. Be sure to install the right type and size. Also, be sure to do it properly. It's more important than you might think. Choose the wrong wheels, put them on the wrong way, or drive with damaged ones or with bent rims, and your risk getting into an accident. Proper fitment means proper alignment, acceleration, braking, handling, and even speedometer calibration, after all. Naturally, then, the best rims and wheels for your GM vehicle are OEM. You're in luck: you can buy them online, too, from our auto parts store. We've made getting the right fit easy. Simply browse our inventory by the model you drive. Avoid the line at the parts counter and order now!
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