Reviewed By Timothy B (LAFAYETTE, IN) Reviewed for a 2004 Jeep Wrangler —1/9/2018 8:18 PM
I love the packing and how fast it got shipped over the holidays, I will buy more from here!
Reviewed By William M (SPRING HILL, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee —1/7/2018 7:33 AM
The rims look great. Every mechanic at the tire store complimented them. They did not come with the hub centric rings. No biggie they were $8.00 for four on Amazon. The rings center the rims and eliminate vibration. If you order the rims ask what size rings are needed for your vehicle. Anythingauto does not sell them.
Reviewed By Mark F (ELGIN, IL) Reviewed for a 2009 Ford F-150 —12/26/2017 1:57 PM
These look great on my truck, I've gotten a few complements on them as soon as I put them on. They do take a bit of time to put all the caps, accent colors and center caps together so make sure you factor that in and not just show up at the tire shop to have them installed. I was glad I checked them out at home and was able to the "prep work" ahead of time.
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