Cowboys Customs | Custom Wheels

Custom Wheels And Tires


Wheels

Want to make your vehicle stand out and perform better? Enhance your ride with custom wheels. The wheels you choose depend on your vehicle's use and driving conditions. For instance, you can increase the size of your wheels for off-road driving or add spinning rims for cruising around town. No matter your needs, talk to our professionals to determine your best custom wheel options.

< Aluminum or Steel >

Aluminum Alloy Wheels: Light-weight and strong, these wheels improve performance, handling, and gas mileage. They also make your ride look cool and come in a finish that's right for you.

Custom Steel Wheels: Heavier than aluminum, these wheels are perfect for off-road driving and heavy-duty work. These strong wheels improve vehicle stability and come with finish options.

After choosing your wheels, pick a finish. Common options include: polished, painted, powder-coated, or chrome plated finish. Feel free to ask one of our professionals which finish best suits your needs. Give us a call and let our experts guide you to custom wheels to improve your car's looks and your driving experience.

Tires

With thousands of tires available on the market, we can help you sort through the choices to choose the correct ones for your vehicle. There are some essential points to take into account when shopping for tires, including tire size, vehicle type, season and more.

< Size >

Establishing the size of your vehicle's tires is the first thing to do when shopping for new tires. You can find this information in the handbook of your vehicle or on the outside of your existing tires. Besides the width of the tires, look for aspect ratio, load rating, rim diameter and speed rating. If you opt for aftermarket tires, you may want to consider the trend of mounting bigger wheels and tires on your vehicle to improve handling and enhance the look.

< Type of Vehicle >

Different types of vehicles require different tires, with the most common choices being cars, SUVs and truck tires. For each of these vehicles, you can find various types of tires for all kinds of weather and driving conditions.

< Season >

All-season tires are commonly found on cars and SUVs, and they offer good all-weather grip while providing you with long mileage. Winter or snow tires generally come with a snowflake or a mountain symbol on the sidewall, and they offer drivers optimized braking and handling in snowy conditions.

< Fuel Economy >

Most people choose to replace the tires of their vehicle with the same ones that were fitted on it when they bought the car. However, by shopping around and looking into other brands, you can find tires that can assist with the fuel economy of your vehicle. Low-rolling-resistance tires are a good choice to boost fuel economy because they reduce friction on the surface of the road.