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It's not surprising that smart vehicle owners are in the know about how to get the most bang for the buck when buying Toyota Camry car and van parts. A Toyota Camry is known as a first-rate family cruiser - help it stay in top condition and safe for your kids with top-quality auto parts and accessories. You want your car to provide a comfortable ride and reliability and safety; it's clear why you got a set of wheels like the family-friendly Toyota Camry. For custom styling with lots of zip vehicle buyers trust Toyota for their compact car wants. When it comes to reliability and performance, car enthusiasts can be content with a hardworking vehicle built by Toyota. The Toyota in your carport was built with the highest care and expertise; it ought to get new replacement or OEM parts of the same high level of quality. Almost nothing is more essential than safeguarding the well-being of yourself and your family, so it's clear that upgrading your car with the highest-quality and most durable equipment is necessary. Disasters are sometimes a part of operating a vehicle, but it's possible to reduce the chance of having a collision just by purchasing and repairing your safety gear like turning lights or brake components. Toyota Camry Wheels are found using a wide variety of styles and materials, but steel is usually the most commonly-seen material. Your vehicle's Toyota Camry Wheels elevate it off the roadway and make it possible to roll. A quality Toyota Camry Wheel rotates on its axle, facilitating forward motion of the vehicle and carrying the load. If you want tremendous service out of your vehicle, remember that great parts make for awesome performance - and we carry those parts. Maintaining your vehicle with superior parts always pays off every single time. To get tremendous performance out of your car or truck, you'll figure out that great parts create great performance - sells those parts.

Toyota Camry Wheel They are available for the following Toyota Camry years: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87. This part is also sometimes called Toyota Camry Rims. We stock wheel parts for most Toyota models including Corolla, Tundra, Tacoma, Yaris, Sienna, Avalon, 4Runner, RAV4, Prius, Solara, Sequoia, Matrix, Highlander, Prius C, Celica, FJ Cruiser, Pickup, Land Cruiser, Venza, Tercel, T100, Yaris iA, Prius V, MR2 Spyder, Echo, Supra, MR2, Corolla iM, Paseo and Van.

We stock these Wheel brands for the Toyota Camry: Dorman, Action Crash and DIY Solutions.

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The Toyota Cambry is a top selling car in the United States, with plenty of space for people and cargo, the best in available technology, and an optional hybrid powertrain that makes it a four-wheeled partner for the environmentally aware driver. It can be outfitted with either steel or alloy wheels. Both types have their pros and cons, but if you are looking for beauty and performance, choose alloys, and if you want tough, inexpensive, ugly workhorses, choose steel.

Alloy Wheels

Alloy wheels are standard on most cars because they offer both cosmetic and performance advantages. Unlike steel wheels, aluminum alloy can be cast and worked in diverse designs to give your car an individual look. Alloy is much lighter than steel, which gives the car greater agility and better acceleration. On the down side, alloys tend to bend easier than steels, and will crack if bent too far. The degree to which an alloy wheel is pliable or brittle depends on how much nickel is added to the aluminum to make the alloy. More nickel adds weight and tends to make the alloy more brittle, less means a lighter wheel that is softer and tends to bend more easily. Casting also has an effect on the alloy's strength. Alloy Wheels are also vulnerable to range of cosmetic damage such as curb scrapes, saltwater corrosion and acid cleaners.

Steel Wheels

The weight of wheels, tires, brakes and rotors is defined as "unsprung weight" because it is weight that is not being cushioned by the suspension springs. Unsprung weight affects the handling of the car more than an equivalent amount of weight above the springs. Steel wheels are heavier than aluminum, so when you put steel wheels on a car that has had alloy wheels, the extra weight may lower the carīs center of gravity, dampening acceleration and agility. This can be undesirable for summer performance, but in the winter the effect can be in your favor. Heavier wheels will make tires bite the snow harder, and when driving in snow, the additional weight can be advantageous.

Steel wheels are significantly stronger than alloy wheels. It takes greater force to bend steel wheels, and it is almost impossible to crack them. Given their utilitarian appearance, cosmetic damage is not a major issue. But if you require beauteous wheels, there are wheel covers that you can put on steels to make them look like alloy wheels. Steels are usually 75% less expensive than alloy wheels, making them affordable for a second set, and inexpensive to replace if damaged.

Alloys are the only choice when high performance and appearance are the qualities you need. Steels are generally better for those no-nonsense daily drivers, or for any cars that don't have to look pretty or do fancy maneuvers. They are especially ideal, however, for that extra set of winter wheels.

What do they cost?

Toyota Cambry alloy wheels are much more expensive than steels. PartsGeek prices their Toyota Cambry steel wheels at $57, and their alloys at $130.

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The rim is perfect, looks exactly like the one you would get at a toyota dealership and it saved me about $100. I would purchase again.

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I promptly received this wheel for my '05 Camry at a fair price. My local Toyota dealer couldn't even get it - he said it had been discontinued (so I never got a quote from them (which would most probably been 2-3 times the cost here)). And a well-known wheel-straightening place here in TX gave me a quote that was equal to the cost of this new wheel.

2005 Toyota Camry Wheel

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