When you purchase tires and/or wheels online, they are not a “ready to wear” product
Be sure to choose a reputable shop that specializes in high performance tires and
alloy wheel installation. A general mechanic that has a tire machine and a balancer,
may not necessarily be able to install low profile tires and after-market wheels.
Modern tires and wheels require technical expertise and highly specialized equipment
to perform the proper installation. This is especially important when you are also
installing TPMS, (tire pressure sensors).
Wheels and/or tire and wheel packages MUST be tested for fitment before installation.
Once you proceed with the installation, any damage incurred from this point on is
the sole responsibility of the purchaser and/or the installer.
It is important that your installer uses a torque wrench to install the wheels on
your vehicle. Your vehicle’s O.E.M. torque settings will be acceptable for your
new after-market alloy wheels.