Rim – meaning of the word and examples

The outer, often curved or circular, edge of something. (Cambridge Dictionary)

The outer often curved or circular edge or border of something. (Merriam – Webster)

The upper or outer edge of an object, typically something circular or approximately circular. (Oxford Dictionaries)

The rim of a container such as a cup or glass is the edge that goes all the way round the top. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Wheel / rim parts what is the difference between a wheel and a rim.

https://www.tyresizecalculator.com/wheels/wheel-rim-parts

Staggered Wheels and Staggered Rims Explained – TSW Wheels.

https://www.tsw.com/explore-tsw-custom-wheels/staggered-wheels-rims.php

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