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Old 05-03-2014, 02:00 AM   #1
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Hutchinson vs. ATX Slabs

I'm looking at getting some new wheels, and have narrowed it down to the Rock monsters and Slabs. I love the looks of both, but need help deciding. Anyone have experience running these.

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if it is the wheels that pulled up from google, cant say i like either really. i would look for some diffent ones, thats just me. what size you planning on running

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The ATX beadlocks are cool but Hutchison has always been known for quality.
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I kind of like the fact that the Hutchson captures both the inside and outside bead of the tire. But it is heavy.
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ATX slabs! You can find pretty good deals on them too.
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Old 05-04-2014, 09:18 AM   #6
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if it is the wheels that pulled up from google, cant say i like either really. i would look for some diffent ones, thats just me. what size you planning on running
Looking at running 17x 8.5 on 37" toyo's
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I kind of like the fact that the Hutchson captures both the inside and outside bead of the tire. But it is heavy.
That's exactly why I'm leaning toward the Hutchinson's. I also considered the AEV beads (since in currently running the argent Pintlers) but just looking for a different look.
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Have drooled over the Hutch for awhile now... but the local tire shops around here won't touch them, not even for balancing only.

Anyone have experience with having these balanced in Denver metro?
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Have drooled over the Hutch for awhile now... but the local tire shops around here won't touch them, not even for balancing only. Anyone have experience with having these balanced in Denver metro?
Going to call HCP tomorrow and see who they use.

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