View Poll Results: SHINY or BLACK - What kind of wheels do You Prefer?

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  • SHINY Wheels

    40 39.22%
  • BLACK Wheels

    62 60.78%
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Thread: SHINY or BLACK : Aftermarket Jeep Wheels Survey

  1. #111
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    Shiny Wheels

    I'm old school and prefer the look of chrome or polished to matte black or gloss black. That being said, I can appreciate the blacked out look on some vehicles. I currently run AEV Savegre wheels in the Argent Silver on my 2010 JKU Rubicon.

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    Saw this last night at the homecoming parade. He likes shiny!

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    I voted black and I'm running black Mickey Thompson Classic 3s on the JK. As with so many things automotive related for me, it all depends on the look one is trying to achieve. There is nothing "wrong" with either finish. Beauty is in the eye of the beer holder. If your rig has no other chrome or polish, you may not want the contrast of the chrome/polished rims. Conversely, if all of the other accents are black, then black might make the most sense. I think on a Jeep the black rims look most "business" but that's just my opinion. When you're talking beadlocks, I like that black allows you to have body or contrasting color ring and that look doesn't work as well with polished. Again, my opinion.

    My current Jeep sports my first set of black rims, and I'm sold. Looking to change my black/black suburban over too. I just love that you can't see the brake dust!

  4. #114
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    Black Wheels!

    I personally prefer the dark wheels over the shiny ones. Especially on brighter colored jeeps. Really makes paint colors pop! Just personal preference.

  5. #115
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    black

    Easy choice... Black. Shiny ='s Blah....

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    I’m kinda starting to like body color matching wheels..like the rock krawler red JL build with red methods,so not shiny or black lol..IMG_2277.jpg


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    Thanks, just realized how I won the shot glasses.

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    Black all the wayIMG_5484.jpg


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