What Should I Know About OEM Wheels?
The world of auto parts can be as interesting as it is confusing. In order to help facilitate a fuller understanding of the auto world, we are going to give you a crash course on OEM wheels. There are a variety of different wheels that you can purchase for your vehicle, but OEM wheels are the most common.
OEM is an acronym that stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. What does this mean? Well, OEM wheels are going to be the wheels that come stock on your initial vehicle purchase, unless you buy the vehicle used. These wheels come in two primary styles, alloy, and steel. Steel wheels tend to be cheaper while alloy wheels are stronger and more visually pleasing. Typically, alloy wheels are going to be made out of aluminum alloy.
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