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    Quote Originally Posted by brittanymeaghan View Post
    So Iíve finally decided on wheels. I shouldnít have any issues rubbing with on-road driving hopefully and donít plan on wheeling it until summer. So, Iíll hold off on any kind of lift until I recover from the wheels and tires
    I didnít mean that the budget boost would be poor quality, I just know I want to go and completely redo the suspension later on so Iíd rather put all the money in one place when it comes to suspension.

    Anyone have any experience/pics of these on their Jeep? I canít seem to find buy a handful online. Do they seem to be decent quality?



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    I have never heard of those wheels, but I have heard of Extreme Terrain. They are thieves and I wouldn't spend a dime there. Here's just one thread about their shady practices: https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...WAYALIFE-Again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I have never heard of those wheels, but I have heard of Extreme Terrain. They are thieves and I wouldn't spend a dime there. Here's just one thread about their shady practices: https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...WAYALIFE-Again!
    I wasnít going to actually order though extreme terrain because of that reason exactly. I like using their website because it gives you a pretty good idea of what itíll look like. There are a lot of sites that carry those wheels that Iíd order through. Iíve seen a lot of them floating around with the dark grey finish but the bronze ones donít seem to be too popular.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brittanymeaghan View Post
    So Iíve finally decided on wheels. I shouldnít have any issues rubbing with on-road driving hopefully and donít plan on wheeling it until summer. So, Iíll hold off on any kind of lift until I recover from the wheels and tires
    I didnít mean that the budget boost would be poor quality, I just know I want to go and completely redo the suspension later on so Iíd rather put all the money in one place when it comes to suspension.

    Anyone have any experience/pics of these on their Jeep? I canít seem to find buy a handful online. Do they seem to be decent quality?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brittanymeaghan View Post
    I wasnít going to actually order though extreme terrain because of that reason exactly. I like using their website because it gives you a pretty good idea of what itíll look like. There are a lot of sites that carry those wheels that Iíd order through. Iíve seen a lot of them floating around with the dark grey finish but the bronze ones donít seem to be too popular.


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    I have seen those wheels and at one time looked at getting a bronze set, but I am a tight ass. I think they look real nice. I always look at sites like theirs, Quadretec and then check Amazon, because they seen less expensive on a lot of things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    I have seen those wheels and at one time looked at getting a bronze set, but I am a tight ass. I think they look real nice. I always look at sites like theirs, Quadretec and then check Amazon, because they seen less expensive on a lot of things.
    Thank! I ended up ordering them through a place called BB wheels. They seem to have pretty good reviews and they included the lugs, offered a discount for 4 or more wheels and had a $25 off coupon floating around. Plus their free shipping and no taxes since theyíre out of state. So I ended up saving ~$250 going through them. Well see if they arrive and arrive in one piece. Iím really hoping I like these as much as I think I will

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    Quote Originally Posted by brittanymeaghan View Post
    Thank! I ended up ordering them through a place called BB wheels. They seem to have pretty good reviews and they included the lugs, offered a discount for 4 or more wheels and had a $25 off coupon floating around. Plus their free shipping and no taxes since theyíre out of state. So I ended up saving ~$250 going through them. Well see if they arrive and arrive in one piece. Iím really hoping I like these as much as I think I will
    Shit! I need you to shop for me!!!!! Post 'em up when you get them installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catahoula View Post
    Shit! I need you to shop for me!!!!! Post 'em up when you get them installed.
    Hahaha talk about cheap-skate, Iím terrible. Iíll shop around for days before I pull the trigger! Hopefully they arrive and I can get them on by the end of the week!!!


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