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Old 01-30-2012, 02:14 PM   #1
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Anyone have a picture of the MB Wheels TKO?

I'm looking to get new wheels and tires for my 2012 JK Sport. I'd like black rims to go with 33" duratracs. By one of the other forum posters on this site I was pointed toward Discount Tire Direct. I see they have a tire called MB Wheels TKO in matte black...but no picture. I tired finding them using google but no luck. anyone have a set yet or any pics? The MB 72s are nice but I'm not too crazy about all the round holes. Maybe the MB Wheels Chaos....

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Here's what it looks like... Images will be added to our websites soon.


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Here's what it looks like... Images will be added to our websites soon.

Omg... I'm in love! I think I found the rims I want.
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I don't have the rims you like (I went with the mb 72), but I have the 33x12.50x15 duratracs. I think your combo will look good, and discount tire is awesome, I've had good luck doing business with them, and they have great customer service. I put up some before and after photos of my 2010 sport in case you wanted to see what duratracs look like on a wrangler similar to your own. you might have to click on the attachments to see them, sorry about that. cheers!
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Oh yeah! that looks awesome! Thanks for posting those. I'm definitely going to be getting those 33" Duratracs. Ill be calling DTD tomorrow about both the rims and tires!
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Thanks, I am really happy with the tires and the overall setup. I wouldn't usually go with Goodyear tires, but they nailed it with the Duratrac. When you order from DTD, make sure you check the invoice they email you after you make your purchase. Specifically, look at the bolt pattern listed with your wheels, you'll need 5-5" (DTD labels it 5-127mm; same thing) for your JK. When I ordered my tires and wheels from them, they sent me a bolt pattern of 5-114.3mm (which fits TJ's, but not JK's), but I didn't realize it until I had unwrapped all 5 tires in my garage . DTD sorted it all out at no expense to me, I just thought I'd make you aware of potential pitfalls so you can avoid the headache.
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Ok yea I'll double check! Thanks for the info and help. Cant wait to get these. I'll def post some pictures when I do.
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Thank you for the kind words JKralph. We are human and make mistakes but what separates us from other companies is how we fix our mistakes. We appreciate your continued support!

As far as the picture goes for the TKO, this is just a picture. We do not take a picture of the same wheel in every bolt pattern (although we probably should). When you order with us, we'll confirm the correct bolt pattern for your application before we finalize the order. Like JKralph noted, the JK bolt pattern is 5-127 (5-5).
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I really like the looks of the MB TKO's. The 15" version DOES clear the calipers on the 2012 JK, correct?

If so, I think I found the 15" wheel I was looking for.
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I'm thinking these with 275/70R17 DuraTracs would look awesome on my black '12 JK 2dr
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zoso1972 asked before I could - I like the TKO, but want to make sure it'll fit over the calipers on a '12. Can you PM me a price on 4 33-12.50/15 w/ MB TKO, to 31523? No certificates and TL member.
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Dang yea I didnt even think about if it would affect the calipers. I went to the DTD website, clicked on wheels and put in 2012 JK but only the Cherokee option came up. So I went with the 2011 JK sport, which comes stock with 16" wheels. (should be the same for the 2012 if im not mistaking) and the MB wheels TKO was on the list for wheels. Should work!
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Dang yea I didnt even think about if it would affect the calipers. I went to the DTD website, clicked on wheels and put in 2012 JK but only the Cherokee option came up. So I went with the 2011 JK sport, which comes stock with 16" wheels. (should be the same for the 2012 if im not mistaking) and the MB wheels TKO was on the list for wheels. Should work!
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Yeah, DTD posted before what 15" wheels are confirmed to clear the calipers. Since the TKO appears to be a new wheel, I was hoping to get the confirmation that it would clear also.
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Those wheels are badass! Glad I stumbled onto this thread. Think these will be the ones I go with.
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Oh man I gotta grab these before everyone else starts wanting them! lol
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Oh man I gotta grab these before everyone else starts wanting them! lol
That's the only reason I swayed away from the MB72s. Haha.
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zoso1972 asked before I could - I like the TKO, but want to make sure it'll fit over the calipers on a '12. Can you PM me a price on 4 33-12.50/15 w/ MB TKO, to 31523? No certificates and TL member.
Snailpower, we would be happy to send you a price. What tire are you looking at?

The 15 inch MB TKO wheel does clear the caliper without any issues.

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So in reading some other threads on this forum...I figure sooner or later I'll have to get a lift/spacers and also get a stronger spare tire carrier. Ouch$$ :-/
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So in reading some other threads on this forum...I figure sooner or later I'll have to get a lift/spacers and also get a stronger spare tire carrier. Ouch$$ :-/
With 33s, especially light ones like the Duratracs, your stock spare carrier should be fine. Many here running that setup without issue. For better piece of mind, you cam always add the Daystar extended bumpstops which will keep the spare from jaring around.

As for the lift, if you take it offroad and get into some decent articulation, yes, you will rub your flares without a lift. But, hey, budget boosts are cheap, easy to install, and work just fine for many folks.
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So in reading some other threads on this forum...I figure sooner or later I'll have to get a lift/spacers and also get a stronger spare tire carrier. Ouch$$ :-/
Check the part number on your springs. You might be able to get up to 2" just be switching those out. Many people here have upgraded to 19 front/60 rear. Stock springs have run around 14/54, depending on model. This is going to be my first "serious" mod. The little mods, like grab handles, antenna, gas cap cover, etc can be done at random with less effect on your wallet.

BUT, I think there's a logical progression for the "serious" mods. 1. suspension 2. tires 3. bumpers. If I upgrade my springs first, then I can better judge what size tire I will want in the end. Bumpers are supported by the suspension and wheels, so adding that weight last makes sense (at least to me.)

Don't know if that helped you, or anyone else at similar stages of moddum, but organizing the process into steps instead of all at once might just clear some issues.
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Yup - I forgot to mention the tire! 33-12.50/15 GY Duratracs C load rating. Ready to get next week!
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Check the part number on your springs. You might be able to get up to 2" just be switching those out. Many people here have upgraded to 19 front/60 rear. Stock springs have run around 14/54, depending on model. This is going to be my first "serious" mod. The little mods, like grab handles, antenna, gas cap cover, etc can be done at random with less effect on your wallet.

BUT, I think there's a logical progression for the "serious" mods. 1. suspension 2. tires 3. bumpers. If I upgrade my springs first, then I can better judge what size tire I will want in the end. Bumpers are supported by the suspension and wheels, so adding that weight last makes sense (at least to me.)

Don't know if that helped you, or anyone else at similar stages of moddum, but organizing the process into steps instead of all at once might just clear some issues.
That does make sense, tho I implemented those mods in reverse order. because I'm special like that
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Check the part number on your springs. You might be able to get up to 2" just be switching those out. Many people here have upgraded to 19 front/60 rear. Stock springs have run around 14/54, depending on model. This is going to be my first "serious" mod. The little mods, like grab handles, antenna, gas cap cover, etc can be done at random with less effect on your wallet.

BUT, I think there's a logical progression for the "serious" mods. 1. suspension 2. tires 3. bumpers. If I upgrade my springs first, then I can better judge what size tire I will want in the end. Bumpers are supported by the suspension and wheels, so adding that weight last makes sense (at least to me.)

Don't know if that helped you, or anyone else at similar stages of moddum, but organizing the process into steps instead of all at once might just clear some issues.
Well I went by the Jeep dealer just to see prices. The parts guy seemed like he knew less about all this stuff then I did. :-/ He said I could order a procomp 2.5" lift kit for $485 and to put it on, labor cost would be $880! I just said ok and left.. yeesh If I ever do get a lift kit I'll have to get it put on somewhere else and try not to worry about that warranty thing.

Later that night I was telling the GF all about my options and what I wanted to do to the jeep. Heres as follows: towards the end of me telling her all about this..

Me: So yea if I just go tires/wheels it would be around $1475 minus the $50 discount from DTD and then Id get anywhere from $500-$750 for my ol stock tires/wheels (at least I would hope so).
GF: *gives me a long look.. Shouldnt you be saving for something else?
Me: huh, like what??
GF:Shouldnt you be saving your money for something else??
ME: umm... ( I think this over for a few seconds before I answer) Ah you mean save for us, our future? (hah I know I nailed this answer!)
GF:*her eyes get way smaller... No, first whats wrong with the way your jeep is now?? and second, if your thinking of staying with me forever, dont you think you should be saving for a ring?!
ME: (my face goes :-o , at this point i'm literally thinking "Whats wrong with my Jeep how it is?! While a good answer would be nothing is, I cant just leave my jeep with those tires/wheels. My GF grandma even said I needed to loose those stock tires and get bigger ones! Im going to need a lift one day and maybe some new bumpers...) I just look at her and say Oh, yea I know that..I can save for that....

Thats pretty much where conversation stopped lol I just turned and started reading so I wouldnt get in trouble ahah.

Dang and today was the day I was going to order my tires. I think I still will as a gift to myself. I re-enlist in the AF today so I think getting myself would be appropriate..dont you think? Plus Im already saving for that thing she mentioned...
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Well I went by the Jeep dealer just to see prices. The parts guy seemed like he knew less about all this stuff then I did. :-/ He said I could order a procomp 2.5" lift kit for $485 and to put it on, labor cost would be $880! I just said ok and left.. yeesh If I ever do get a lift kit I'll have to get it put on somewhere else and try not to worry about that warranty thing.

Later that night I was telling the GF all about my options and what I wanted to do to the jeep. Heres as follows: towards the end of me telling her all about this..

Me: So yea if I just go tires/wheels it would be around $1475 minus the $50 discount from DTD and then Id get anywhere from $500-$750 for my ol stock tires/wheels (at least I would hope so).
GF: *gives me a long look.. Shouldnt you be saving for something else?
Me: huh, like what??
GF:Shouldnt you be saving your money for something else??
ME: umm... ( I think this over for a few seconds before I answer) Ah you mean save for us, our future? (hah I know I nailed this answer!)
GF:*her eyes get way smaller... No, first whats wrong with the way your jeep is now?? and second, if your thinking of staying with me forever, dont you think you should be saving for a ring?!
ME: (my face goes :-o , at this point i'm literally thinking "Whats wrong with my Jeep how it is?! While a good answer would be nothing is, I cant just leave my jeep with those tires/wheels. My GF grandma even said I needed to loose those stock tires and get bigger ones! Im going to need a lift one day and maybe some new bumpers...) I just look at her and say Oh, yea I know that..I can save for that....

Thats pretty much where conversation stopped lol I just turned and started reading so I wouldnt get in trouble ahah.

Dang and today was the day I was going to order my tires. I think I still will as a gift to myself. I re-enlist in the AF today so I think getting myself would be appropriate..dont you think? Plus Im already saving for that thing she mentioned...
Hahaha. The Grandma said you needed bigger tires.

If you are already saving for the ring, then damn right, go for the wheels/tires. Would be a great re-enlistment present! And, for that, I say thank you!

On a side note, I got my quote from DTD on the 15" TKO/DT setup wth certificates. Heading to my local DT to see if they can match the out the door price. If they can, great. If they can't, I'll just order from DTD. Got my Tread Lightly membership packet in the mail Monday, so all set for the $100 mail in rebate. Hoping to be ordering very soon. Of course, now I'm trying to decide if I am dead set on the TKOs.
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Hahaha. The Grandma said you needed bigger tires.

If you are already saving for the ring, then damn right, go for the wheels/tires. Would be a great re-enlistment present! And, for that, I say thank you!

On a side note, I got my quote from DTD on the 15" TKO/DT setup wth certificates. Heading to my local DT to see if they can match the out the door price. If they can, great. If they can't, I'll just order from DTD. Got my Tread Lightly membership packet in the mail Monday, so all set for the $100 mail in rebate. Hoping to be ordering very soon. Of course, now I'm trying to decide if I am dead set on the TKOs.
Thanks! Yea I'll definetly be getting the wheels lol
Oh and whats this Tread Lightly thing?? Any discount always helps
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Yup - I forgot to mention the tire! 33-12.50/15 GY Duratracs C load rating. Ready to get next week!
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Me: So yea if I just go tires/wheels it would be around $1475 minus the $50 discount from DTD and then Id get anywhere from $500-$750 for my ol stock tires/wheels (at least I would hope so).
GF: *gives me a long look.. Shouldnt you be saving for something else?
Me: huh, like what??
GF:Shouldnt you be saving your money for something else??
ME: umm... ( I think this over for a few seconds before I answer) Ah you mean save for us, our future? (hah I know I nailed this answer!)
GF:*her eyes get way smaller... No, first whats wrong with the way your jeep is now?? and second, if your thinking of staying with me forever, dont you think you should be saving for a ring?!
ME: (my face goes :-o , at this point i'm literally thinking "Whats wrong with my Jeep how it is?! While a good answer would be nothing is, I cant just leave my jeep with those tires/wheels. My GF grandma even said I needed to loose those stock tires and get bigger ones! Im going to need a lift one day and maybe some new bumpers...) I just look at her and say Oh, yea I know that..I can save for that....
great story.
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Just orders the MB TKO. Went into the shop to have my MB72 mounted and saw them on the floor and was like, Nope!!

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Thanks! Yea I'll definetly be getting the wheels lol
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If you sign up for a 1 year membership for $25, you get a form for a $100 mail in rebate for select Goodyear tires, of which Duratrac is one of them. So, minus the $25 membership fee, there is an additional $75 savings.

And, I forgot to mention about your lift........Just do it yourself or get up with some Jeep buddies and get it handled. I installed a simple Teraflex spacer leveling kit ($120) in my driveway with simple hand tools, floor jack, and stands. Knocked it out in 1.5 hours. 2" lift in front, 1" in rear. If you go with a coil kit, and depending which one you go with, the install will take longer as it is a bit me involved and comes with more parts.

And I would recommend staying away from the ProComp lifts. I have rear way more negative than positive about them. I would recommend something from Teraflex, Rock Krawler, AEV.
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Just orders the MB TKO. Went into the shop to have my MB72 mounted and saw them on the floor and was like, Nope!!

Should be here tues/wed next week.

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