Every wheel has a wheel
number usually located near the wheel center
between the lug nuts or around the outer lip of
The wheel number will most
likely be a FIRESTONE / ACCURIDE number
which starts with a
2, (not a 3) and is a 5 digit number - no
27995 would be a correct
2P43L or 33745 would be a
Incorrect Example...... (
see figure 1 below )
This wheel number gives us a
positive ID on the wheels on your vehicle.
We request this information to
ensure you are sent the correct set for your
make model and year.
Please have the information
as requested below ready when you call us. If you have this number when you
call, we will be happy to quote you the best price
in the industry on the highest quality, best fitting
wheel simulators available anywhere.
In many cases, wheel simulators
are not universal fit as manufacturers sometimes
change wheel numbers within the same make model and
year model runs. We have seen this to be the case
many times in over 30 years in this industry.
Just one example.....Ford
F Series Trucks 1999-current. Ford built these
vehicles with 2 different stud sizes in the same
Companies that are willing to
sell you parts without due diligence on their part
are frankly, in our view, doing their customers a
disservice in this regard. Our goal is a long term
business relationship with our customers by ensuring
that we provide the best service possible and
deliver the correct parts first time, every time.
Also, please note that imported
vehicles may have a ' Topy ' wheel number. 127-9 would be a correct example of a
Topy wheel number...... 3 digits, then a
hyphen, followed by another digit.
you have already confirmed your wheel number
please call us for a free quote: