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Wheel Installation Policy

Wheel Installation Policy

How Do I Install My Newly Purchased OEM Wheels?

Installing your recently purchased OEM wheels has become so much easier! OEM Wheel Shop is located in Orange County, specifically Anaheim CA - where the 57 & 91 meet! If you reside in surrounding counties or cities, you can skip the shipping fees and let us install your wheels! Our wheel experts have years of experience with the ins and outs of all wheels in this facility.
If you are not within commute distance, please be assured that we provide some installation guidelines! Use the instructions to make sure that your wheel installation is adequately done and by a trusted technician before heading out to your next destination! Check it out below! 



– Before mounting tires to the wheels, be sure to check brake, hub, fender, and suspension.
– Mounted wheels are not eligible for returns
– Mount tires onto wheels only with equipment specifically designed for the job.
– Do not use equipment that will scrape, scratch or rasp the wheels.
– Not recommended: wheel /spacers. If installed, the purchaser assumes all responsibility and liability.
– Recommended: Use only self adhesive tape weights when balancing.
– Recommended: The use of clipon
style weights as they can damage the wheel finish.
– Always use the correct type of lug nuts.
– Always use the vehicle manufacturer’s recommended torque specifications when tightening lug nuts.
– Retorque the lug nuts after 75100 miles of driving.

Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors (TPMS) – If your vehicle is equipped with a TPMS system you must (re)install the sensors into the wheels. Some
TPM sensors require activation after installation. Refer to your owner’s manual for specifics.

– Keep your wheels clean on a weekly basis is the best way to maintain their “like new” finish and luster.
– Never clean your wheels while they are hot.
– Water and a simple cleaning solution for your wheels.
– Applying a coat of nonabrasive
base auto wax after cleaning is all the protection your wheels should need.

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