A-1 Auto can dress up your ride with some new rims. We also offer truck rims and SUV rims. We sell a variety of finishes from alloy wheels, black rims, and 20 inch rims. If you’re not sure what kind of wheel you’re looking for, visit the different tire finders that we offer. Find the new rims and tires you want, and get them installed at A-1 Auto Repair..
You can choose from a variety of models of custom wheels cars, trucks, and SUVs. We stock a great number of custom wheels and offer them at great prices! All of our tires packages are mounted and balanced. Contact us if your vehicle requires air pressure sensors.
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Just select your vehicles Make, Year and Model to see each set of rims on YOUR car
When it’s time to change your tires, A-1 Auto wants to make purchasing a new set as simple as possible. We have the best selection of quality tires to fit your vehicle, your budget and your driving style. We sell everything from economy to ultra high performance tires in the size you need from brands you trust.
When it’s time to change your tires, your A-1 Auto wants to make purchasing a new set as simple as possible. We have the best selection of quality tires to fit your vehicle, your budget and your driving style. From economy to ultra high performance tires in the size you need from brands you trust, including many well-known brands
Our tires are optimized to deliver traction on wet and dry roads, longer mileage warranties, better fuel efficiency and performance that is unparalleled for the auto enthusiast. Goodyear, Kelly or Dunlap will have a tire that meet your needs and delivers maximum performance.
My Tires are a little worn... Do I need New Tires?
You need to be aware of three (3) things when deciding if you need new tires: tread wear, exposure and tire age.
1: Tread Wear:
- Place a penny head first into several tread grooves across the tire.
If you always see the top of Lincoln’s head, your treads are shallow and worn.
* If this is the case, your tires need to be replaced.
If part of Lincoln’s head is always covered by the tread, you have more than 2/32 of an inch of tread depth remaining.
* This means you probably don’t need new tires.
The most important reason to worry about tread wear is safety. When your tire treads are worn, your car may respond poorly in adverse weather conditions like rain and snow. Good treads will grip the road better. Worn treads can make other parts of your car wear prematurely.
2: Exposure to the Sun:
Exposure to heat and the sun’s ultraviolet rays may cause structural changes to your tires.
These changes are not usually a concern in moderate climates.
3: Tire Age:
How old are your tires?
Regardless of tread wear, vehicle manufacturers generally recommend you replace your tires at six years.
Most tire manufacturers recommend you replace your tires at 10 years.
Check the manufacturer’s recommendations on your specific tires.