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This article is about tires and rims. For other uses, see Wheel (disambiguation).

Wheels (Fin.png: Renkaat) are car parts that can initially be found in the attic of the mansion near Loppe. They are attached to the car with 4x13mm bolts each. Different kinds of tires and rims can be bought from Fleetari Repair Shop and the parts catalog respectively.

Tires can be serviced, replaced, or changed at any point. This is done by uninstalling the wheels from the Satsuma and placing them on Fleetari's counter (in other words, Fleetari will service the closest rims to the counter) , or by leaving the whole car on the driveway with the wheels installed. As with any other order from Fleetari's brochure, it will take some time for the new tires to be installed on the rims.

Note: Up to four wheels will be serviced at a time, and wheels inside the office are prioritized over wheels that are installed on the car.

A fifth spare stock wheel can be found at a wrecked Satsuma.

Wheels cannot currently be attached to the spare wheel compartment at the back of the car.

The car can only pass the inspection with the standard or Gommer Gobra tires; no other type of tire will work (including the beater tires, assuming they're over 50% wear). A set of GT rims can be found in a shed in the middle of a field. It is part of the GT trim.

Note: Make sure that you have tightened all the nuts, otherwise the wheel might fall off and cause damage to the vehicle or even death.


There are ten different kinds of rims available in the game; they can be colored with spray cans, or by Fleetari.

Name Appearance Cost Paint Type Basis
Steel Wheels Steel rim.png Free (+ Beater Tires) Rust Datsun 100A Stock Steelies
GT Wheels Rim gt.png Free Rust Datsun Sunny Option B Wheels
Wide Steel Wheels Wide steel rim.png 1,205 mk Standard Datsun 100A Stock Steelies (Modified)
Octo Wheels Octo rim.png 1,895 mk Standard RS Watanabe Wheels
Hayosiko Wheels Hayosiko rim.png 1,975 mk Standard Toyota Celica Supra Rims (Modified)
Rally Wheels Rally rim.png 2,590 mk Standard Unknown
Slot Wheels Slot rim.png 1,950 mk Metallic Unknown
Spoke Wheels Spoke rim.png 2,200 mk Metallic EMPI Steel 10-1008 wheel
Turbine Wheels Turbine rim.png 2,310 mk Metallic Western Cyclone or similar
Racing Rims Racing rim.png 2,545 mk Metallic Either Datsun Sunny Race Rims or SSR Fl 2


There are five different kinds of tires available in the game.

Name Description Price Appearance Pros Cons Basis
Michelin Road Tires Beater Tires Free Stock tyre.png
  • Free
  • Work Well as Spares
  • Bad Grip Overall
  • Process required for obtaining is very dangerous
  • Very Worn (About 50% wear)
Some kind of Michelin tire
BARUM Road Tires Standard Road Tires 1750 Standard road tyre.png
  • Sub-par grip on Tarmac
  • Cheap Cost
  • Road Legal
  • Rally Legal
  • Bad Off-road grip
  • Susceptible to spinning out
Some kind of BARUM tire
Gommer Gobra Road Tires Street Racer Tires 2110 Gommer Gobra road tyre.png
  • Good Grip on both Tarmac and Gravel
  • Road Legal
  • Rally Legal
  • Higher Cost
  • Not recommendable for rally.
Cooper Cobra Radial G/T
Europeiska Rally Tires Rally Tires 3200 EURopeiska rally tyre.png
  • Great Grip on Gravel
  • Rally Legal
  • Serviceable grip on Tarmac
  • High Cost
  • Worse on Tarmac
  • Illegal on the Road
BFGoodrich 195/15 Rally
Sutasiko Slicks Racing Slicks 2950 Sutasiko slick tyre.png
  • Great grip on Tarmac
  • Highly susceptible to wheelspin on Gravel.
  • High Cost
  • Illegal on the Road
  • Illegal for the Rally
Yokohama ADVAN 005 Racing


  • The Gommer Gobra road tires bear a remarkable resemblance to Cooper Cobra Radial G/T tires, the EURopeiska rally tires bear a significant resemblance to BFGoodrich 195/15 Rally tires, and the Sutasiko slick tires greatly resemble Yokohama ADVAN 005 Racing tires.
  • The Octo rims resemble RS Watanabe rims, a popular type in Japanese car tuninig.
  • Prior to the 24th of October 2018, when the mansion was introduced, the wheels would be found in the player's garage instead.
  • The racing rims resemble the SSR Fl 2 wheels, a rim mostly used in small Japanese cars.
  • The Spoke rims resemble the EMPI Steel 10-1008 wheel, a rim used in VW Baja bugs.
  • The GT Wheels bear resemblance to the Datsun Sunny B210 Option B Wheels.
  • The worn tires (default tire on narrow steel rims) are the 5th type of tire that can be only be fitted via game save editors.
  • The Hayosiko wheels are a three-spoke variant of the wheels found on the Toyota Celica Supra. This may mean that in the lore, Hayosiko makes a car similar to the Toyota Celica Supra.
  • The garbage tires have "Michelin" written on the sides. It is quite hard to see it though.
  • Tires with less than ~50-65% tire tread will not pass the inspection.
  • In old versions of the game, you could spray paint the tires themselves.
  • The standard Road Tires have "BARUM" branding on them, Barum is a Czech company that produces tires.
  • The Sutasiko Slicks have a much tinier model compared to the normal Road Tires, whereas the Europeiska Rally Tires are slightly bigger than the normal road tires.
  • Back before you had to ask Fleetari for a tire change prior to the 05.12.2017 update, you could purchase wheels off the catalogue with the tires already on them, the wheels and the tires on them included
    • The Steel Rims with the Beater Tires (Free, also the first ever set to ever to be added into the game.)
    • The Spoke rims with Gommer Gobra Radials (1519 mk, the cheapest, and also first aftermarket set of rims//tires added into the game)
    • The Hayosiko rims with Gommer Gobra Radials (1575 mk)
    • The Rally Rims with Rally Tires. (3249 mk)
    • The Racing Rims with Sutasiko Slicks (3615 mk, the most expensive set.)

Patch notes[]

Update Changes
Unknown • Added the wheels
12 July
• Fixed a bug where after game load rear wheels can't be removed if the suspension is not correctly assembled
20 July
• Rear wheels don't get stuck anymore if the rear coil springs are disassembled
2 August
• Increased tire grip
16 August
• Garage jack should not cause a lot of issues with car wheels anymore
5 September
• Fixed a bug where wheels could be turned even steering wheel was not installed
5 October
• Added custom wheels
8 May
• Added skidmarks and tire dirt clouds
12 July
• Yellow spikes from tires at some circumstances are now removed for good
6 October
• Wheel movements are now refined to feature correct angle changes
28 January
• The stock rims can now be painted
21 March
• All-wheel bolt sizes changed to 13
• Fixed a floating wheel issue after a wheel was accidentally dropped
• Grips on different surfaces should change accordingly between tire types
• Adjustments for front-wheel suspension geometry
28 October
• Fixed an issue with front-wheel brake nuts not saving their state correctly
24 November
• Fixed an issue with the tires losing their grip when loading the game on top of an asphalt surface
13 March
• Fixed a bug where rear trail arms could be detached while wheels stayed in place
29 May
• Fixed a bug with the wheels having a memory leak if the game was loaded when the car was saved upside down
5 December
• Every wheel can be now installed freely to any corner of the car
• Added tyre wear and puncture
• Added more aftermarket wheels to the parts catalog
23 February
• Fixed a bug where it was possible to remove the disc and drum brakes while wheels where installed
• Adjusted wheel rotation inertia
30 April
• Fixed a bug with tire ray-casts hitting fender flare colliders and causing issues
• Fixed a bug with wheel alignment and suspension damage messing with each other
Brake master cylinder fluid levels now affect brake efficiency separately for front and rear wheels
18 August
• Getting suspension damage from crashing might now also cause tire puncture
• Fixed several bugs with tires when they were replaced by Fleetari when already installed to the car
• Fixed an FPS slowdown issue when having random objects under the wheels
• Fixed an issue with front-wheel alignment resetting into incorrect angle upon every game load
24 October
• The stock wheels can now be found at the mansion when starting a new game