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Pro Comp 97 Series Rock Crawler Steel Wheels

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    Suit salesmen would have you believe that you should dress for the job you want, not the job you have. Here at AutoAnything, we think you should skip the stuffy duds and save your money for the more important things in life—like a sick set of dubs for your dune surfer. Fortunately, you won't have to squirrel away your pocket change for long to afford a sweet set of budget-friendly Pro Comp 97 Series Steel Wheels.

    Instead of chasing after today's fads, Pro Comp looked back to the past for the inspiration behind your 97 Series Wheels. Their rock crawler circular design delivers a retro look that still fits in perfectly on the trail. But, don't let the timeless design of the Pro Comp 97 Series trick you into thinking they're old-fashioned. Only the latest manufacturing techniques and cutting-edge equipment are used to construct your rims from scratch right here in the USA.

    There's no shortage of strength with your Pro Comp 97 Series Steel Wheels. These rough-and-tumble rims are wrought from premium steel and finished in your choice of a glossy or flat black powder coating to block against rust, corrosion and oxidation. Plus, Pro Comp backs your wheels with a 2-year finish warranty and a Lifetime Structural Warranty.


    Pro Comp 97 Series Rock Crawler Steel Wheels Customer Reviews

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    1 Customer Review

    Decent basic steel wheel

    Reviewed by Jeff d (POULSBO, WA) Reviewed for a 1978 Ford F-150 — Jun 13, 2014 7:42 PM

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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.

    I ordered 4 of these to replace the aged and rusty white steel wagon wheels that were on my truck of the four wheels I ordered two had a small amount of warp to them. I am a master certified auto mechanic and I see this all the time. There is almost no such thing as a perfectly true wheel anymore. not even new. There was not enough of a bend for me to deal with the hassle of exchanging the wheels. Besides, I don't drive the truck more than 500 miles a year.