|12-30-2007 11:55 AM|
I have the stock 5 spoke steel sport wheels on my XJ, canyons on ZJ and TJ and a set of the 5 hole aluminum outlaw style that I just finished cleaning up and getting ready for spring when new tires go on the XJ.
For any off roading you want steel or hot forged MT aluminums, either one of those two can be beat back into shape with a BFH. The stock or most aftermarket wheels will usually break if you try that.
Keystone or Cragar both make $40 steel wheels, I don't go for chrome, they generally start to rust after 3-4 years up here in the North east.
|12-30-2007 03:11 AM|
I like the pro comp 88 series
|12-30-2007 12:57 AM|
|mrbigjeep||IMO save and get some new ones...although i couldn't see the pic of your current ones.|
|12-30-2007 12:19 AM|
|debruins||id say keep saving and get some nice new wheels not some old rusty ones off of a cherokee|
|12-29-2007 11:26 PM|
|Smeghead||Just put the URL to the .jpg file in between [ IMG] and [ /IMG] but without the spaces between the [ and the I|
|12-29-2007 11:18 PM|
sorry guys im really struggling with making my pics actually show. Heres the current wheels i have.
|12-29-2007 10:57 PM|
what wheels to get...
i dont like my wheels right now, but plan on getting new ones and switching over my bfg 31x10.5's. And i have the stock spare. if i get new i will also get a matching 5th wheel/tire.
or should i keep saving and get american racing bajas.