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Why do OEM Wheels cost more than Aftermarket?

  OEM wheels are made by the original equipment manufacturer of your vehicle and match the exact specifications of the wheels it came with. Not only will these wheels fit your car perfectly, they provide a safer and smoother ride. We’ve all heard the saying “you get what you pay for.” OEM wheels are a […]

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Blackburn OEM Wheel Solutions: Buying Programs

  3 Programs available to sell YOUR products to US The Core Value Program – for URG members only. Our weekly buy list is available through URG on Checkmate, Powerlink 2, Pinnacle Classic and Pinnacle Pro. Participating suppliers will receive, a 25% discount when purchasing, free shipping and no core returns. Presort & Ship Pull […]

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Blackburn Oem Wheel Solutions – Expanding Again!

MACEDONIA, Ohio, October, 2017 – Blackburn OEM Wheel Solutions has purchased another additional facility to accommodate the demands of their continued growth. The new facility is located in Streetsboro Ohio and provides much needed additional warehouse space, along with additional shipping and receiving docks. The corporate office will continue to reside in Macedonia Ohio. Jimmy […]

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Blackburn Oem Wheel Solutions – Extends Phone Order Hours!

MACEDONIA, Ohio, January 16, 2017 – Effectively immediately, Blackburn OEM Wheel Solutions has extended phone order assistance hours to better serve their rapidly expanding customer base. New phone hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00am-7:30pm EST and Saturday, 8:00am-4:00pm EST. The decision to extend business hours comes after another year of growth and the desire to continually improve […]

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How to Polish Chrome

Polishing the bumpers and chrome details on classic cars is a cathartic activity that many classic car collectors enjoy. Not only does it give you a wonderful way to spend an afternoon, but the resulting shine is undeniably attractive. To get the best polish for your classic car, follow these tips. Plastic Chrome Vs. Metal […]

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When Is A Car A Classic?

Despite the attachment we might feel towards our cars, in the eyes of insurance companies, having an older vehicle doesn’t necessarily make it a classic. In fact, the definition of a classic car varies significantly depending on the authority making that judgment. For many classic car collectors and enthusiasts, their first car is the start […]

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Top Muscle Cars of the 1970’s

Let’s take a walk down memory lane – remembering the burnt rubber, horsepower, chrome and torque of some of the coolest, strongest cars ever made. Between 1964 and 1973, demand was at an all-time high for powerful, fast cars that looked as good parked in the driveway as they did flying down a quarter-mile. At […]

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Classic Cars that Stood the Test of Time

Collecting, restoring, or attending classic car shows have been a popular American tradition for decades. We’re often drawn to sleek lines, engine performance, and luxury features of collector cars. However, there is only a handful of the best classic cars that can truly withstand the test of time. Classic cars that signify the best American […]

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Difference Between New, Reconditioned and Used OEM Rims

The sheer number of rims out there can make things confusing for someone purchasing one for the first time. The search isn’t as simple as finding a model that’s right for your car; you may also be presented with the choice between a new, reconditioned, and used rim. It’s possible to save a good deal […]

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Determining Your Car’s Wheel Bolt Pattern

As the operator of the largest privately held inventory of OEM wheels and OEM hubcaps in the United States, you’d better believe we deal with a lot of confusion regarding bolt pattern. Thankfully, the majority of our larger corporate clients purchasing OEM wheels in bulk by the palettes already understand what a bolt pattern is, […]

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