Absolutely! Rimbroker.com has partnered with Klarna to offer you flexible payment options when shopping for your new set of custom wheels or rims.
Rimbroker.com proudly offers Free Standard Shipping to the 48 contiguous united states. with that being said we can ship anywhere in the world however if you are outside of the lower 48, please contact us for shipping quotes to any other areas.
Yes you can! At Rimbroker.com we work with clients all over the world. Unfortunately we cannot offer Free Shipping on international orders, however we have very competitive shipping rates via Fedex available. Always remember, you will be responsible for any Duties and or taxes subject to importing good into your country.
Under normal circumstances we tend to ship all in-stock items within 1 to 2 business days. In some cases when a wheel is a semi custom build we may take a few days to tailor your wheel specifications to your vehicles needs. In all Cases, you will always receive an update with more information regarding estimated shipping times after you place your order. Lastly, When placing an order for custom forged wheels, expect to receive a shipping confirmation withing 3-8 weeks unless otherwise specified via out order updates at the time of purchase.
Although we do not openly advertise wheel and tire packages for sale on our website right now the answer is yes! please contact us for more details.
Selecting the perfect set of wheels/rims for vehicle can be tricky, that's why we recommend speaking to one of our wheel fitment experts via chat, email or phone to ensure we as all the proper questions to get you the best possible set of wheels for your vehicle. We have prepared a few common questions below to prepare you to answer some questions when chatting with one of our fitment experts.
There are a few factors to determine before we start homing in on the best set of wheels for your truck. First things first what look are you trying to achieve? Will your truck be lifted? Lowered? Leveled? Or do you plan to keep it simple and not modify your suspension? Once we know the answer to this question, we can take the next step in figuring out what wheel size would best benefit your desired outcome.
As always, we like to start with the question what suspension modifications will you be performing if any? Are you going to leave the vehicle stock? Add lowering springs? Coilovers? Air suspension? We need to know what suspension modifications you plan on making to your vehicle in order to make sure we pick the best cobination or wheel diameter, width and offset to really make your car stand out from the rest.