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Aftermarket Wheel Covers & Hubcaps

Most extensive inventory of new aftermarket wheel covers and hubcaps available in the U.S.

Installing aftermarket wheel covers or hubcaps on steel wheels will help dress up the look of both the wheel and the vehicle. If the cost of swapping out steel wheels to fancier aluminum wheels is keeping you from making that move, then consider selecting an aftermarket wheel cover or hubcap from Wheels and Caps. Wheels and Caps has one of the most extensive inventories of aftermarket wheel covers and hubcaps available in the U.S. and can help you find the perfect match-up for you!

Here’s why you should consider Wheels and Caps:

  • Prices are up to 50% lower than OEM list prices.
  • Don’t have to go to a dealer to purchase; buy online and have them delivered to your door.
  • One of the largest inventories of wheel covers and caps available in the U.S.

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Upgrade the Look of Your Steel Wheels with Aftermarket Wheel Covers & Hubcaps

Wheels and Caps not only can help you find covers or caps that will be perfect for your wheels, but can also help you save money over dealer or OEM pricing. Thanks to such a large inventory, we can offer caps and covers at better pricing, saving you money!

Aftermarket wheel covers and hubcaps have advantages over their OEM counterparts. They are available in a wide range of designs, styles, and finishes, such as chrome or painted. Made of ABS plastic, aftermarket wheel covers and hubcaps are durable and long-wearing.

Wheel cover vs. hubcap

The only differences between a wheel cover and a hubcap are the names. They are the same thing and are used for the same purpose. Hubcaps were once made of steel, but the majority are now made of ABS plastic. Attaching a wheel cover is easy. They come with a spring steel clip application and simply press onto the face of the wheel.

The history of the hubcap is long, dating back to pre-1915. They have gone through a metamorphosis from early vehicles to modern autos. Plastic wheel covers were first introduced in the 1970s. A less expensive alternative to steel, they are also longer lasting.

Think Wheels and Caps for all your aftermarket wheel cover and hubcap needs.