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Sorry for your problem. I am here to try and assist you.Letme ask you a few questions before I can answer you. Jim
I'm considering purchasing some aftermarket rims for my 2011 Toyota Camry Hybrid. My wheel dimensions are 215/60-16. These tires have the TPMS. I went to a website called bigbrandwheels.com. The prices were reasonable and they had a pretty good selection. I've narrowed my choices down to three sets of rims/wheels:
1. Konig Wheels Lace 16 (16x&7) Black Rims With Machined Face.
2. XXR 518 Flat Black With Machined Face.
3. Mod Tech Wheels (MOD 347) 16x6.5 With Machined Face
Do you anything about these rims? I'm also very concerned about the tire pressure system on my camry. Are any of these tires going to interfere with this system? Thanks.
I forgot to mention. All of the tires I mentioned are 16". I would prefer not to buy new tires.
I don't think any of your choises come with transmitter for you low air presure warning. usually each transmitter is about $100.00 thismay add $400.00 to your wheels.
Let me see if theyy are avabile for less.
Ok. Is there another brand thay you would recommend? My car is gray so of course I want the rims to match. Just something to "jazz it up" a bit but nothing too "hip hop" if you know what I mean. LOL
They can be had for less. I found them on rockauto for 39$ and up.http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframecatalog.php?carcode=1385366&parttype=4856. Jim
The cohise out there are endless, it would all depend on what appiles to you, alum/magnisum are light and strong. I would assume you are interested iin fuel economy because you purchased a hybred. I think you should choose a tire that gives you a high fuel rating then choose wheels that are compatable with your car and tires.
are you still here. do tou need anymore help?
Thanks Jim. You've been a big help.