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gandhi_2006

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Hello everybody! I am looking to upgrade my 98 Grand Am SE with new tires and wheels. I know what i want for tires but i dont really know any good brands for wheels. I am on tirerack.com and i can find what i like just dont know if it is worth it. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks :D

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www.wheelsnext.com

Best source for wheels, IMO.

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The way I look for wheels is by looking at other cars on forums and seeing the style I like. Then googling it.

I don't like to much mess around on generic sites like tire rack, discount tires, wheels next, etc. Only because they are so well advertised that it's just a pain to find something original.

Unless of course you don't care if someone has the same wheels as you.

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If that's the case, look up ROH wheels. As far as I know from forums and research, I'm the only one rocking ROH wheels (the Adrenalin's) on a 5th gen Grand Am GT.

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ok guys thanks for the help. i dont really care if someone has the same wheels as me as long as they look good, they last, and i love them.

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What did you decide on?

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im down to at least three maybe four so now i will look at price and reviews i suppose

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I used these guys about 2 weeks ago.... had no problems

http://whippetwheels.com/

Simply because they use snapon equipment...

Huh, I've never heard of them. I may have to look more into them. :lol2:

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I ordered my rims of wheelsnext and they suck. They would not help me with a problem I had with my rims 1 year after purchase. Also dont buy HP Design rims. The chrome bullets around my rims started peeling off and neither company cares to help.

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