Frequently Asked Questions

Q. I am considering upgrading my truck with larger diameter wheels. I am not familiar with terms like offset, centerbore and bolt pattern. How do I figure out these dimensions so I can get the right size for my truck?

A. Offset is the distance between the wheel’s hub mounting surface and its centerline. With a zero offset, the hub mounting surface is exactly at the centerline. Centerbore is the machined hole in the center of the wheel. The bolt pattern has to do with how many lugs there are on the wheel. You can find 4, 5, 6 or 8 lugs. The distances between the lugs is not always standard so be sure to consult a tire and wheel specialist before making your purchase.

Q. What are “aftermarket wheels”? Will these work on any car or truck?

A. Just like everything else you buy these days, aftermarket tires and wheels can be purchased from a wide range of manufacturers. This is a great way to get a high-end look on a budget, but be sure to deal with a reputable shop so you don’t get poor quality or unknown brands that won’t hold up.

Q. I want to get some new tires for my car but just don’t have the money right now. How long can I expect used tires to wear? Will I still be able to get good performance with used tires?

A. Deals on Wheels always has a huge inventory of used tires on hand from a wide variety of manufacturers. We perform a thorough check on every used tire we take in, measuring the tread and checking the valve stem to make sure it meets our high standards. Used tires offer excellent performance and can last almost as long as a new set under the right driving conditions.

Q. I am not sure what type of wheels and tires to get but I do want a new set of wheels and rims…something flashy to show off my new paint job. Can your technicians help me figure out what to get?

A. Each technician at Deals on Wheels has extensive experience in dealing with most manufacturers of tires and wheels. Every day, we talk to people and help them choose the right tire and/or wheel. We offer lower prices when you buy the wheel and tire package. We can ask you a few questions about your usage and other needs and recommend several good options.

Q. I’m looking for a special Bridgestone tire but I work 6 days a week. Are you open on Sunday so I can come in a look around?

A. Yes, we are open on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and we do carry Bridgestone.

Q. I recently got a flat tire and I need to come in on my lunch break from work to get the tire repaired. Can you fix a flat that quick?

A. Yes, we can usually fix a flat in just a few minutes’ time and get you right back out on the road. Be sure to tell the technician that you’re on your lunch break for our super-fast service!

Q. My car’s lease is running out next month and I need a good set of cheap used tires that will pass inspection. Do you guys have those in stock?

A. Yes, we usually have thousands of used tires in our inventory and we carry all the major brands. Every used tire must pass our stringent inspection and we guarantee them.