Everything You Need to Know About Wheels
Wheels have a simple job. They spin tires. More specifically, though, they leverage the mechanical force of turning on axles to do it.
Once your Honda, in this case, gets going, its wheels also act as force-multipliers. In other words, they keep it going. It's that straightforward.
How many different wheel materials, sizes, styles, and colors there are for sale out there -- that's what makes things more complicated.
You can get factory wheels in one of three, usually: steel, aluminum alloy, or a polymer like carbon fiber.
Wheel diameters vary. Some measure as few as 15 inches wide (in the case of smaller cars) while others measure 20 inches or more (in the case of large SUVs and pickup trucks).
The Styles and Color Options
These depend on the auto manufacturer or aftermarket brand. Wheels can be single-, twin-, or multi-spoke, for instance, and their number of spokes can vary. They can even be designed climate- and/or weather-specific. Color choices are many -- too many to name. Brands do match everything to specific models, though.
You should install the right type and size and do it properly. It's more important than it seems. Choose the wrong-size wheels, put them on the wrong way, drive with damaged ones, or bend your rims, and you risk an accident. The best rims and wheels you can get for your Honda are the genuine article.
Why You Should Buy Genuine OEM
They'll be the right kind and sized correctly. This ensures proper fitment, and that determines proper alignment, acceleration and braking, handling, even speedometer calibration.
Where to Order Honda Wheels Online
From our auto parts store. We carry plenty of other wheel accessories, too -- for instance, wheel locks. We've made finding the right fit in any case easy, too. Simply browse our catalog by the model you drive and its year and buy now. We'll ship promptly and deliver straight to your door.
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