Sleek and robust, Centerline performance wheels blend classic and modern styles for a bold, stylish look on modern muscle cars and off-road trucks. These aftermarket rims are manufactured with cutting-edge methods to ensure exceptional durability and quality construction. Building on decades of wheel manufacturing, Centerline wheels combine modern engineering with retro designs for solid racing performance in racing and street driving while honoring the Centerline legacy!
Best Centerline Wheels
Centerline Wheel IS been committed to excellence in engineering and innovation. The brand's new one piece cast wheel is a testament to this commitment, and offers a fresh perspective in design for modern muscle car, truck, and SUV applications.
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The all-new Wheel Visualizer lets you view our Custom CenterlineWheels on Jeeps, Trucks, SUVs or Off-Road Vehicles. With many makes and models to choose from, the Wheel Visualizer lets you Visualize what our Centerline Custom Wheels will look like after being mounted on your vehicle. If you can not find your vehicle, please return later; we are constantly updating the Wheel Visualizer to bring as many Cars, Trucks, and SUV Vehicles as possible. In addition, we are constantly updating our Custom Wheel Selection. Check out the all-new Wheel Visualizer. Also, see our Custom Wheel Image Gallery.
About Centerline Wheels
Centerline Wheel brand has been in the business of manufacturing superior quality wheels for over 30 years. Their legacy is defined by their dedication to excellence in engineering, which has led to the development of a one piece cast wheel specifically for modern muscle car, truck, and SUV applications. With a commitment to innovation and classic design elements, CenterLine Wheel brand is sure to remain a leading authority in the wheel industry.
Pros and Cons of Centerline Wheels
● Centerline wheels are some of the most technically advanced wheels available, thanks to their commitment to excellence in engineering.
● Their one piece cast wheel is a fresh perspective in design innovation, and encompasses the original classic elements that gave Centerline its name.
● Centerline's heritage continues in its reinvention, now as Centerline Alloy Wheels.
● May not be available in your size or finish
● Not all styles are available for all vehicles
Benefits of Centerline Wheels
Centerline Wheels has a long history of producing high-quality, innovative wheels. Their new one-piece cast wheel is the latest example of their commitment to excellence in engineering. This wheel is perfect for modern muscle cars, trucks, and SUVs. It features a fresh perspective in design innovation while still incorporating the classic elements that gave CenterLine its name. The benefits of this wheel include superior quality, excellent engineering, and innovation.
How to Pick the Right Centerline Wheels for Your Vehicle
Picking the right Centerline wheels for your vehicle is important if you want to improve its performance. The first step is to choose the right size. You'll need to know the diameter of your vehicle's current wheels and the width of the tires. You can find that on the sidewall of the tires on your original wheels or the inside frame of the driver's door. The wheel diameter (in inches or millimeters) is the fifth set of numbers and letters. Check out Reading a Tire Sidewall Code for More Information.
Centerline Wheels FAQs
Is Centerline a good rim?
Yes, Centerline has a legacy of quality and excellence.
How long has Centerline Wheels been around?
Centerline was founded in 1970
How are Centerline wheels measured?
At the lip of the wheel, lay a straightedge across the back. Measuring from the straightedge to the flange (wheel center and lug holes). This is the wheel's backspace. Backspace refers to how much space the wheel has. Check out our Wheel Fitment Guide.
What is the bolt pattern of a wheel?
Bolt Patterns are diameters of imaginary circles that pass through the center of the bolt holes. See our Vehicle Bolt Pattern Reference Guide.
What is backspacing of a wheel?
The distance from the mounting surface to the back of the wheel. Check out our Wheel Fitment Guide.
What is the offset of a wheel?
The distance from the centerline of the wheel to the face of the mounting surface of the wheel that contacts the hub. A simple way to understand offset is the lower the offset, the more the wheel will stick out; likewise, the higher the offset, the more the wheel will tuck in. Check out or Offset information page.
Can I Finance Centerline Wheels?
Yes, Check out our Wheels and Tires Financing options.
Tips for Buying Custom And Aftermarket Wheels Online
When shopping for custom wheels online, it's important to consider the following factors:
1. Construction: Look for wheels that are built to withstand the rigors of off-roading. One-piece, two-piece, and deep lip constructions are all ideal for off-road use.
2. Finish: Chrome and black finishes add a touch of luxury to your ride, while matte and gloss black finishes offer a more rugged look.
3. Size: Make sure to choose the right size wheel for your vehicle. Consult our wheel fitment guide to make sure you're getting the right size wheel for your ride.
4. Price: Wheels can vary in price significantly, Discounted Wheel Warehouse offers the best prices online with fast, free shipping.
5. Customer Service: When buying wheels online, it's important to buy from a retailer that offers good customer service. If you have any questions or problems with your purchase, you'll want to be able to get in touch with customer service quickly and easily.
Wheel and Tire Experts
If you are looking for a great deal on Centerline wheels, then Discounted Wheel Warehouse is the place for you. We have a large selection of Centerline wheels to choose from, and our staff has over 20 years of combined experience to help you find the perfect wheel and ensure the fitment for your vehicle.
Centerline Wheel Offset Information
When picking out a Centerline, choosing the right offset is essential. Offset refers to where the wheel mounts to the hub. If the hub-mounting surface is positioned in the center of the wheel, it is considered to have a negative offset. If the hub-mounting surface is closer to the wheel, it has a positive offset. If the hub-mounting surface is closer to the brakes, the wheel has a negative offset.
Your vehicle's owner's manual should specify what type of offset is needed. If you choose the wrong type of offset, it could cause your wheel and tires to stick out too far from the vehicle, or it could cause them to interfere with the braking system. Check out our Wheel Fitment Guide.
Best Prices on Centerline Wheels and Rims Online
Discounted Wheel Warehouse offers a wide range of Centerline Wheel styles and finishes to choose from, so you're sure to find the perfect set of wheels for your vehicle. Plus, our customer service is second to none, so you can rest assured that you're always getting the best possible product. Have Questions? Contact Us now!