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Old 07-10-2015, 02:17 PM
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Canyon vs Ravine?

I have complete sets of both stock 15" wheels and am looking to only keep one set of 5. Other than looks, is there any design difference between them? Is one better than the other? I am assuming backspacing/layouts to be the same too....

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Just personal preference, but I like the look of the Ravines better. Used on the later model TJ's.

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Here's the ATX Ravine on my LJ in 17x9

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Just personal preference, but I like the look of the Ravines better. Used on the later model TJ's.
x2 I bought a set of Ravines for my TJ and I'm going to paint them black.
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I have Ravines as my Summer wheels with my 31 inch Duratracs. I have the Canyons as my dedicated Winter wheels with my 31 inch Nokian Hakkapeliita studded ice tires. I change them over only when it appears we are going to have a real cold icy winter in the ski resort I live in.

The wheels both work great and the specs I believe are identical. --- As for looks, I prefer the Canyons that are on my winter tires.
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I have attached pictures of my Ravines painted black. They'll look better in a couple of days when the new tires are put on. These tires are beyond shot.
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Love my Ravines...


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[QUOTE=lulu2533;20425441]Love my Ravines...

Those look like Canyons to me. Am I wrong?
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Love my Ravines...

Those look like Canyons to me. Am I wrong?
They're aftermarket Ravines.
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They are ATX Ravines

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For the ATX fans, I think the OP is actually talking about these...

Canyon:


Ravine:


They appear to be of identical construction, but the Ravines look a lot nicer. The Canyons look more dated.
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For the ATX fans, I think the OP is actually talking about these...

Canyon:


Ravine:


They appear to be of identical construction, but the Ravines look a lot nicer. The Canyons look more dated.
Like I said earlier I have a set of both and prefer the clean look of the Canyons. Also the reason I use the Canyons as my winter wheels are they are smooth and a little more open so they are easier to wash. -- just my 2 cents
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My vote is to buy a set of Ravines and paint them but I'm bias.
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just personal preference, but i like the look of the ravines better. Used on the later model tj's.
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