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  • Pro Comp 51 Series Rock Crawler Steel Wheels

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Pro Comp 51 Series Rock Crawler Steel Wheels Reviews


Great wheels grey price

Reviewed By Nick S (Schenectady, NY) Reviewed for a 1996 Ford Bronco —4/9/2015 3:36 AM

Delivery was fast and the wheels arrived in excellent shape. Look great on my 96 Bronco. Put a bad ass look to ut

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Vision 55 Silver Rally Wheels Reviews


Rally wheels

Reviewed By john s (west mifflin, PA) Reviewed for a 1968 Chevy Impala —3/20/2015 10:41 PM

The main reason I bought these wheels is that they have a deeper backset which allowed me to run a wider tire. I was surprised at the weight of the rim. Heavier than stock. The centers fit well. Price was excellent. Would recommend this product.

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Vision 85 Soft 8 Wheels Reviews


Awesome look...

Reviewed By Adam R (WATERTOWN, SD) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Sierra —12/5/2014 2:00 PM

I was impressed with delivery time and overall quality! The only thing is they pick and choose which rims they give you the center caps for. I am still waiting for them to arrive after constant phone calls with customer service.

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Helpful Steel Wheels & Rims Articles

  • Aug

    2014

    What Are Alloy Wheels?

    If there’s one thing that stands out on your car in a bad way, it has to be the cheesy steel wheels it came with from the dealership. So what do you do? Replace them with a set of alloy rims, of course. These wheels are chock full of features and style. Best of all, you can learn all about them in AutoAnything’s guide: What Are Alloy Wheels?