Del Val Miata Club

Serving Miata Owners in the Delaware Valley Region

Wheels

  • February 15, 2017 10:53 AM
    Message # 4610572
    Anonymous

    Looking to replace the original stock wheels on my 1990 Miata with something that looks better.

      Where are some places to go look at options in the Delaware Valley?

    Any suggestions on wheels to look at or places to go would be appreciated.

  • February 16, 2017 1:30 PM
    Reply # 4612774 on 4610572
    Neil Tusing

    When I had the NA, I purchased a wheel/tire package from Discounttiredirect.com and was very happy with the results.  Personally, I would look online, although that means you would have to pay someone to unmount/mount the tires, unless you also get a tire/wheel package.  Of course you'll also probably have to pay extra for unmounting/mounting if you buy locally.  The Tirerack.com has a neat little page that enables you to see what the wheels look like on your car, after you input the make, year, and model.

    Are you going to stick to the OEM size?  I went Plus 1 on the NA and really liked the results.  Tire Rack, as do most of the other online wheel sites, have all the information on up-sizing wheels, with diagrams, affects on speedometer reading, etc.

    At the very least, the online sites will give you a good idea of what's available and you can always look locally for a specific wheel that you find online.  Here's a list of online sites.

    www.carid.com
    www.discounttire.com
    www.discounttiredirect.com
    www.edgeracing.com
    www.rims-n-tires.com
    www.tirerack.com
    www.tires.com
    www.treadepot.com
    www.onlinetire.com
    www.onlinetires.com
    www.tirefactory.net
    www.tirefactory.com


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