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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 4th, 13, 11:37 AM Thread Starter
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Wheel photo shop program?

I remember about a year ago a wheel vendor had a program where you could trial fit different brand wheels and sizes on a vehicle. Do you know of a website to do this?

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 4th, 13, 11:45 AM
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Re: Wheel photo shop program?

Tirerack.com has that feature. Select your make/model, find a wheel you like, and hit the "view on vehicle" button under that wheel. You can even change the color of the car to get it close to your car's color.
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Re: Wheel photo shop program?

Thanks Bob for refreshing my memory. Tirerack changed the program a little since I last used it for my '68 Camaro. I recently purchased a '64 Chevy C10 Step Side. I want mag wheels for it, but their program doesn't go back that far. It is a challenge to find 6 lug wheels that look period correct.

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Re: Wheel photo shop program?

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Thanks Bob for refreshing my memory. Tirerack changed the program a little since I last used it for my '68 Camaro. I recently purchased a '64 Chevy C10 Step Side. I want mag wheels for it, but their program doesn't go back that far. It is a challenge to find 6 lug wheels that look period correct.
If you post a pic of your truck and some of the wheels you're looking at, I can 'shop them for you. I won't be able to do it till Saturday, but the offers open.


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Re: Wheel photo shop program?

American Racing used to have a really good one. Not sure if they still do or if it's still good.

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Re: Wheel photo shop program?

I love playing with that app.

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