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Gram Lights 57DR Wheels for Kia Rio

Universal (15x8, 4x100, 35mm, Semi-Gloss Black)
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  • 15x8
  • 4x100
  • 35mm
  • Semi-Gloss Black
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This is a Universal application. Please read all notes including the product description to determine if this part will work for you. Wheel Weight: 30 lbs.
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(15x8, 4x100, 35mm, Semi-Gloss Black)
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For your Kia Rio the required bolt pattern and approximate general recommended wheel size range and offset range are the following:
Year Range Wheel Size Range Bolt Pattern Wheel Offset Range
2012 to 2017 (15x5.5) to (18x7.5) 4x100 +40mm to +48mm
2018 to 2023 (15x6) to (18x7.5) 4x100 +40mm to +50mm

SOLD INDIVIDUALLY. Put in a quantity of 4 for a complete set. For help selecting the right wheels, check out our Wheels & Tires Buyer's Guide.

Gram Lights wheels have established themselves as not only a strong and lightweight wheels, but also as a very stylish option. The 57DR wheel features a thick 6 spoke design and a with a very deep face. The aggressive stance allows for plenty of clearance with the right choice.

Key Features:
  • Available in Semi-Gloss Black or Gun Blue.
  • Aggressive sizes.
  • Strong 1 piece design.
  • JWL R Spec 1 certified. Uses advanced casting technology.

Gram Lights 57DR Wheel Hardware Information:
  • Center Caps: Not Included.
  • Valve Stems: Included.
  • Lug Nuts: Accepts standard aftermarket lug nuts (sold separately).
  • TPMS: Direct fit compatibility with most all factory TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) sensors.
  • Hubcentric Rings: Not necessary if installed properly. The tapered aftermarket lug nuts this wheel accepts will automatically center the wheel if installed correctly (tighten each lug nut using a criss-cross pattern, usually to 80 lb-ft of torque each, and re-tighten each lug nut after about 100 miles of driving).

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