What do you get when you cross the modern look of glossy black with the vintage styling of polished chrome? One of the toughest-looking wheels in town: RBP 94R Black & Chrome Wheels. All of its 8 spokes are adorned with a brilliant chrome inlay that blends perfectly with the shimmering black finish. Then, for a touch of contrast, they're equipped with a stark white center cap and the iconic RBP logo.
More than just a daring design, your RBP 94R Two Tone Wheels have plenty of backbone without adding excessive weight. That's because Rollin' Big Power builds each wheel from lightweight aluminum. Unlike bulky steel, alloy delivers serious strength without the excess pounds. So your rolling mass drops but your wheel load rating stays high—3200 lbs to be precise. Now that's what we call brains and brawn.
No matter what kind of truck or SUV you're manning, RBP 94R Black and Chrome Wheels come in a wide range of sizes to fit almost any mid- or full-size vehicle. You get to choose between wheel sizes, bolt patterns and offsets. Plus, the offsets are big enough to provide plenty of clearance for most performance brake systems. Last but not least, your Rollin' Big Power Wheels come with a 1-year finish warranty and a lifetime structural warranty.
Reviewed by Richard D (Conrad, MT) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado — Mar 19, 2014 6:54 PM
These wheels were nice. The only thing I really found bad was the crome inserts will collect dirt when used. They will be hard to clean in the future. They were suppose to fit my 2008 Silverado 2500 and the caps woild not go on. Autoanything would not take them back because I mounted them even tho they said they would fit. I would really hesitate before buying from them.
Reviewed by Phillip G (VILLA RICA, GA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-150 — Oct 24, 2013 6:57 AM
Autoanything delivered these wheels in eight days. Four other companies said the manufacturer could not ship them for 30 to 90 days. The wheels are great quality and a good match for my son's truck, considering solid black wheels were no match for his truck's paint colors. After receiving them I found that the chrome inserts are plastic, not metal. Also, in order to remove the lug nuts, all sixteen screws holding the chrome inserts and center caps must be removed first.