As a general rule. I believe pro comp items are garbage. But I was wondering. How much difference can there be in wheels? Can you make a crappy quality wheel. I was looking at the pro comp 8179 but don't want to buy a bad product.
I have had procomp wheels for a few months now (PRO COMP Series 7089 1-Piece Cast-Blast™ Alloy Wheel) & wheelin' on rocks they are standing up pretty well,I was expecting them to be more scraped up & chewed around the edge but they are good so I would say they aren't a bad choice. Maybe' their other items aren't any good but their wheels are ok for what they cost
Yup. There's a reason it's so cheap. I just wanted to know if there wheels were...different, than any others I spose.
I would agree with most that pro comp is junk along the lines of smittybilt when it comes to most everything. I would put nothing made by either of them on anything I own. But I wheel with a couple guys that have the plain black wheel and they have held up just as good as my Mickey Thompson's. The only thing both of them have in common is the powder coat flaking away around the lug nuts. But there wheels are a couple years old.
I have a pro comp lift kit on my tj that the previous owner installed and havnt had a single problem out of it. Ive flexed that suspension out many times and it keeps on gettin done for me. Here's the pics to prove it.