Custom wheels for your car, truck, SUV or van can look great for years—that is, if you take care of them. Here, you'll find some tips to help you store your custom wheels and tires when they're not on your vehicle.
Find a Place to Store Them
The first thing to do is to find an area large enough to store the wheels and tires. You will be able to stack them on top of each other, but that will still take up a fairly substantial amount of space.
If your current vehicle breaks down, or you decide to embark on a journey to restore old cars, you probably already know that purchasing new parts can be an expensive endeavor. But there is an alternative. Buying used parts from an auto salvage yard is a great way to save money, but that's not the only advantage. Consider these advantages to checking your local auto salvage yard the next time you need parts to repair or restore a vehicle.