Nice that there's an aluminum ring around the wheels to match the body color.
A friend pointed out something to me, back when we were teens. Ever notice how some wheels really go well with cars and some just look wrong? Yeah. Come to think of it, I did think about at least half of that.
Matching wheels to a body and paint scheme is an art -- which many people take for granted when they walk into a tire shop and start drooling over a set of rims. Once they are on they may look ... odd, out of place or even bizarre, because they don't really match the vehicle's styling.
These days you can take photos of wheels and Photoshop (or even MS Paint) them over your rig and see how they'd look.
That's even the tire I was thinking of running. What lift do you have? How do you like the Nitto Trail Grapplers? I was looking to go with the LT315/70R17 since it's a D rated tire and save a little weight/stiffness.
The lift in those pictures is just a Teraflex 2.5 budget boost. It was used as a stop gap to spread the costs of wheels/tires/lift/bumpers etc..
I love the wheels and would would give them an A+ grade. They look better in person than pictures. The tires have held up well but they are stiff and heavier than some of the other options. I would give them a solid B and buy them again if the price was right.
I ordered a set on Wednesday for my copperhead jku. Very nice!
2014 JKUS Copperhead
3.73, connectivity, side air bags, RBZ-430 (non-nav), Premium Soft Top, 2.5" TF Coil Lift, Monster TB and Front Lower CA's, LT285/70R17 Toyo Open Country II's on Fuel Trophy's 17x8.5"
Those were on my short list when I was looking for wheels. I like them. But I took them off my list because I didn't like the fake bead-lock design and I was looking for a 5 spoke wheel. I found very few options for Jeeps that had appropriate backspacing. I wound up getting the ATX artillery which I wasn't wild about, but I couldn't find anything I liked better. 5 wheels is a big chunk of money, make sure you get something you like.