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Pro Comp 252 Series Rock Crawler Steel Wheels Reviews

Great Looking Wheels

Reviewed By Chris L (Yakima, WA) Reviewed for a 1986 Toyota 4Runner —11/25/2015 9:12 AM

Ordered a set of 5 and think they look great overall. For the price, can't beat them. The only reason they lose a star is due to the bolts for the simulated beadlocks. In the picture, they clearly look stainless or similar product but out of the box, they are actually CAD dipped, goldish in color. I bought stainless bolts to switch them out, but still happy none the less.

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Pro Comp 51 Series Rock Crawler Steel Wheels Reviews

Nice looking wheels

Reviewed By George C (Mansfield, OH) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Avalanche —11/23/2015 8:21 PM

Love the look on my 2011 avalanche

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Vision 85 Soft 8 Wheels Reviews

great service

Reviewed By Kevin W (JACKSBORO, TX) —11/20/2015 9:48 AM

Got great service and wheels were what I needed at a great price.

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    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?