If you're looking for new wheels in the Austin area and don't know where to go, trust the team at Youngblood Automotive & Tire. At our wheel and tire shops, we go the extra mile to ensure that you find the right wheels at the right price. No matter what you drive or what you're looking for, our friendly staff of wheel experts are here to help you find the perfect set of wheels to match your needs for both style and performance.
Our wheel shops are conveniently located in Austin, TX and surrounding areas, and we're convenient to nearby Round Rock and Georgetown, TX, making us the best source in the area for new wheels. With more than one location to serve you, it's easy to find exactly what you're looking for.
The selection of wheels and rims here at Youngblood Automotive & Tire is second to none. From custom rims in chrome finishes to plus size rims for your truck or SUV, there are plenty of options to choose from when you come to us for your performance tire and wheel needs.
At our shop you will always advice from trusted technicians who understand and know the cutting edge of wheel style, wheel configuration and tire performance. Once you've found the perfect rims, let our shop provide you with the best selection of performance tires in Austin, TX.
Stop by our Austin, TX wheel shop or contact us online if you need other auto repair services.
Ready to get started with shopping for rims? Use these helpful tips on buying wheels to find the perfect set for your vehicle. As always, let us know if you have any questions and be sure to ask our technicians about which wheel type is right for you.
If you do a lot of driving in the mountains or in stop-and-go traffic, alloy wheels might be the best fit. Some alloy wheels are designed to encourage cool air flow over the brakes to prevent overheating. The alloy itself can help dissipate heat, too.
Plus-Size Your Rims
If you want to improve performance and add a sportier look, think about plus-sizing your rims. With a larger inner diameter, you'll find steering is more responsive and your car holds the road better. Purchasing rims that are one or two sizes larger than what you have means you'll have to buy new tires as well.
Keep The Weight Down
Look for rims that aren't too heavy for your vehicle. Big, steel rims on a small car can decrease handling ability. Heavy wheels are unsprung weight--not supported by your car's suspension-- and therefore useless for smoothing out the ride or improving balance in driving maneuvers.
Contact us today to get a quote on rims for your vehicle or to ask us about our wheel selection.