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    suggestions on new wheels

    Just wondering on what kind of wheels do you guys have? I will buy from this site- http://4wheelonline.com/TruckWheels.1180 but I'm having a hard time to choose since I saw different options. I like the look of Rugged Ridge, ProComp and Fuel but I'm open to other suggestions. Please provide me some photos of what rims you have. I used my TJ as my dd but I do some mild off-roading. I will also add 3-4 inches of lift and new set of tires soon. Thanks for any help.

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    I bought my rugged ridge ones from them. This is how they looked before i scratched them up.

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    Looks good. I'm a fan of black satin wheels. Thanks for the pic, 13_gecko_rubi.

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    Soft eights painted graphite color. Most wheel retailers have a version of them. They are cheap, durable but heavy.
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    If you wheel a fair amount look for ATX's 5 for 4 slab offer. That's the best you can do for rock crawling, if that's what you're into...

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    I've got the pro comp soft 8's
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    Actually thinking bout plasti dipping em white just to see what it looks like lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13_gecko_rubi View Post
    I bought my rugged ridge ones from them. This is how they looked before i scratched them up.

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    Are those 35/12.5/17

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    Quote Originally Posted by ACEsJK View Post
    Are those 35/12.5/17
    315/70r17... Same thing. The trail grapplers come in both but the LT is d rated and 35 is e rated. I wanted a softer ride on the dd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyJk View Post
    I've got the pro comp soft 8's
    ImageUploadedByWAYALIFE1395982221.425903.jpg

    Actually thinking bout plasti dipping em white just to see what it looks like lol
    Did you mount them backwards on purpose? Lol


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