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I purchesed a vehicle that has a set of "HOTWHEELS" rims on it , I can find no imformation on the in
July 31, 2013
If we had some pictures to see what it is.............. that we might be able to help.
August 1, 2013
If you look inside the rim you will find more information on those rims.
I too have a set of HOT WHEELS on one of my cars, I had to look inside to get the information. If I was home I could tell you who makes them.
November 22, 2013
There is a rather large vendor at what is known as the Pomona Swap Meet, which I believe is the largest and longest-going car swap meet in California, for the last 30+ years. He had these wheels about 3 years ago. I don't know if you have any California connections, or where you live, but I would bet that he still sells there; he rented a large piece of real estate for the swap meets, which are held about 8 times per year. The website to the swap meet is http://www.pomonaswapmeet.com and perhaps the event personnel can help you thru the "contact us" in their website. Tell them that the vendor had a big space on the east side of the event, alongside the fence, he was a "wheels only" dealer. I haven't been there in a while, perhaps I can help as well, if interested in my free assistance, email me at
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December 18, 2013
Are these newer style rims? I have a set of black, 5 spoke hot wheel rims on my ford focus zx3. They are made by KMC. Mine are stamped on the inside of the rim. They no longer make these rims if these are the same as yours. Hope this helps.
sources: Discount tire direct. Is where I purchased mine.
January 8, 2014