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I was venturing around my Tucson SEL this afternoon, and thought about replacing the stock wheels. Has anyone found a reasonably priced option for replacements?? Most tof the wheels I've found are in the $3-400 range per wheel.
 

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Check rimsoutlet.com

They don’t have the ‘22 loaded into the system yet, but if you use the chat function they can set you up with options.

There are other online options as well. Just use Google.com/shopping and put in the wheel size, bolt pattern, and offset you need. I’m not familiar with what is on the SEL. They hybrid limited has 19x7.5 with 5x114.3 bolt, offset 45 and bore 67.1. Though you can use hubcentric rings for larger bore.

Happy shopping.
 

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The SEL has he same size and bolt pattern as yours. Their pricing are in line with some of the other sources I located. I'll keep checking. Maybe some other members have some pics of AMW on their Tucson's

Thanks for the input.
 

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I'm pricing out snow tires with rims at Discount Tire, looking at $115 per rim for nice blacked out mag wheels, although that's speccing a 17" wheel instead of the 19's that came on mine. Here's what is in my cart right now:

WHEELS:
LIQUID METALSHADOW17 X7.5 5-114.30 40 BKMTXX

Item #59139
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Haven't seen many black in the US. My last car was black and it looked amazing when I washed it but basically never after that day lol. Enjoy the car!

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I'm pricing out snow tires with rims at Discount Tire, looking at $115 per rim for nice blacked out mag wheels, although that's speccing a 17" wheel instead of the 19's that came on mine. Here's what is in my cart right now:

WHEELS:
LIQUID METALSHADOW17 X7.5 5-114.30 40 BKMTXX

Item #59139
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My post earlier in another thread. The General tires are about the quietest snow tires I've ever used. A few weeks ago I had to do a 20 mile drive on winding hilly roads with fresh snow. The Generals and the PHEV traction was great...never a problem!! The wheels were and in-house brand sold by Town Fair Tire--a New England regional chain.
just an FYI for others who may be interested in snow tires and winter wheels on a plug in limited. I usually get snow tires & wheels, which works out cheaper over time. The regional tire dealer does the changeover for free, so I avoid the annual fees for switching tires, balancing, stems and TPMS sensor rebuild. The winter combo was an 18" wheel and a 235/60 R18T General Artic 12. This is the same circumference as the oem 19" wheel/tire but less expensive. The other issue was that the dealer was unable to synch the generic TPMS sensors so I had to get the OEM Hyundai sensors. I ordered from wholesalehyundaiparts.com.
 

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I've been looking at wheels for the past month. My OEM 19" hybrid wheels are currently mounted to snow tires so I'll be needing some new 19" wheels to go with my OEM tires in the spring.

I've got a Titan Grey Luxury PHEV and are about 95% set on the Braelin BR10 in Matte Graphite

19x8.5
5x114.3
Center Bore 67.1

OEM Tires: 235/55/19

What I still need to make a decision on is the offset as I'm unsure how a +35 or +45 will look on the Tucson with an 8.5" wide wheel

These are currently pricing in Canada for about $350 per corner plus taxes, mount and balance etc. with free shipping.

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I've been looking at wheels for the past month. My OEM 19" hybrid wheels are currently mounted to snow tires so I'll be needing some new 19" wheels to go with my OEM tires in the spring.

I've got a Titan Grey Luxury PHEV and are about 95% set on the Braelin BR10 in Matte Graphite

19x8.5
5x114.3
Center Bore 67.1

OEM Tires: 235/55/19

What I still need to make a decision on is the offset as I'm unsure how a +35 or +45 will look on the Tucson with an 8.5" wide wheel

These are currently pricing in Canada for about $350 per corner plus taxes, mount and balance etc. with free shipping.

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Hi Mighty Mouse,

Fellow Canadian in Toronto here, picked up my 2022 Tucscon preferred and put winters on my factory rims, planning to purchase summer rims and tires like you. Did you pick up your rims and tires yet and what TPMS sensors did you purchase - 3rd party or Hyundai OEM ones?.

Also what size tire did you purchase and from where, I would like to go with 19's and possibly gun metal color. I've been looking at Quattro Tires. Had great experience with them in the past few years on summer rims and tire packages.

Thanks,
Alvin
 

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Hey Alvin,

Haven't pulled the trigger on the wheels just yet; but found a neighbor in my building who owns the rims I've been eyeing. He has a white Audi A5 with the 19" BR10s in matte graphite. I'm still debating to go that color or satin black.

Still need the winters to take me up to Whistler for spring skiing. The highway requires winter tires through March 31st. So I wasn't planning to mount the all-seasons back on until April; hence the delay in purchase. I will mostly likely go OEM TPMS. I'll be using the OEM 235/55/19 tires that came with the vehicle. I'll for sure post a pic once I get them on though.
 

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Good luck keeping that wheel clean. That is a lot of reveal of the inboard side of the wheel. You will be cleaning them constantly, and will have to reach between the spokes to do it.
 

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Congrats on pulling the trigger, did you go for the 19"s?. Also did you purchase the tire pressure monitors from 1010tires, or you bought OEM from Hyundai?.
Went 19x8.5. I will get oem tpms but might shop around to see if I can get it at a better price. My dealer wants 150 where the ones from 1010tires were only 69. I'm also going to try to get color matched or black spline drive nuts from somewhere.
 

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Went 19x8.5. I will get oem tpms but might shop around to see if I can get it at a better price. My dealer wants 150 where the ones from 1010tires were only 69. I'm also going to try to get color matched or black spline drive nuts from somewhere.
Nice, 19's, I'm looking at that size too, but the costs are a little higher then 18's. Let me know how your TPMS purchase goes and if you go aftermarket, did the CUV detect or have trouble using them vs. OEM.
 

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Finally got the wheels on. 20s would've looked nicer but I wanted to use the factory rubber that came with the vehicle, and wasn't sure how going up and inch would affect the efficiency of the EV range. I also ended up going with oem TPMS. I think it's a nice change overall without looking too aggressive. Just need to wrap that chrome on the roofline now.
 

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