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Upgrade Your Volkswagen Golf with OEM Wheels - Find the Perfect Fit Today!

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Product Description

Upgrade Your Volkswagen Golf with OEM Wheels - Find the Perfect Fit Today!

Introduction:

Are you a proud Volkswagen Golf owner facing the unfortunate predicament of damaged or broken wheels? Look no further! OEM RIM SHOP is your go-to destination for high-quality, factory-manufactured wheels specifically designed for your Volkswagen Golf. Whether you need to replace a single wheel or upgrade all four, our extensive collection has got you covered. As an industry expert, we understand the importance of finding the perfect fit. With our expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction, we'll help you enhance the performance and aesthetics of your Golf without compromising on safety and authenticity.

Volkswagen Golf 2016-2018 OEM Wheel Diameter, Bolt Pattern, Width:

Picture yourself cruising down the road in your Volkswagen Golf, attracting envious glances from every passerby. To achieve that desired look and performance, choosing the right OEM wheel size, bolt pattern, and width is crucial. Let's dive into the specifics of the Volkswagen Golf 2016-2018 OEM wheels:

Diameter:

The OEM wheels for your Volkswagen Golf 2016-2018 come in a variety of diameters. To ensure optimal handling and balance, it's essential to select the correct diameter for your vehicle. Our extensive range includes options such as 16", 17", and 18" diameters, providing you with flexibility to meet your style preferences and performance requirements.

Bolt Pattern:

When replacing your wheels, it's vital to match the bolt pattern of your original wheels to maintain a secure fit. The Volkswagen Golf 2016-2018 utilizes a 5x112 bolt pattern, guaranteeing a seamless installation that adheres to the manufacturer's specifications. This ensures maximum safety and performance on all your journeys.

Width:

The width of your OEM wheels directly impacts the stability, handling, and aesthetics of your Volkswagen Golf. The 2016-2018 Golf models typically feature wheel widths ranging from 6.5" to 7.5". Our OEM RIM SHOP experts will guide you in choosing the ideal width based on your desired driving experience, allowing you to strike the perfect balance between style and functionality.

Upgrade your Volkswagen Golf today and experience the pinnacle of performance and style with our authentic OEM wheels. At OEM RIM SHOP, we understand the importance of finding wheels specifically designed for your vehicle. Trust our expertise and customer-oriented approach to enhance your driving pleasure.

Have used OEM wheels lying around? Don't let them go to waste! We also buy used OEM wheels. Simply send pictures of your wheels to (949) 478-2033, and our team will provide you with a fair and competitive offer.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions):

  1. Q: Are OEM wheels more expensive than aftermarket options? A: While OEM wheels may have a slightly higher initial cost, they offer superior quality and longevity, making them a worthwhile investment in the long run.

  2. Q: Can I install OEM wheels on my Volkswagen Golf by myself? A: While it's possible to install OEM wheels independently, we strongly recommend professional installation to ensure proper fitment and safety.

  3. Q: Can OEM wheels improve the performance of my Volkswagen Golf? A: Absolutely! OEM wheels are designed to meet the manufacturer's specifications, enhancing the performance and handling characteristics of your vehicle.

  4. Q: Can I mix OEM wheels with aftermarket ones on my Volkswagen Golf? A: Mixing OEM wheels with aftermarket ones can potentially compromise performance and safety. It's advisable to stick to OEM wheels for optimal results.

  5. Q: How can I identify if a wheel is OEM or aftermarket? A: Genuine OEM wheels typically carry specific branding or markings from the vehicle's manufacturer. Our experts at OEM RIM SHOP can help you differentiate between OEM and aftermarket wheels.