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Old 10-20-2017, 08:49 AM
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Hi all,

I'm new to the forum here and am looking for advice on a new wheel purchase. I recently sold my set of Monster XD778 18" wheels and 35" tires so I'm looking for a new set of wheels. I want something with with a deep dish that is fairly utilitarian and not flashy. Linked below is a pic of the look I'm going for but I don't know what the wheels are in this pic

https://www.carid.com/toyo-tires/ope...-18586943.html

(The top Jeep on the right hand side)

I love the Black Rhino Armory wheels but the 17" wheel just doesn't have any of the deep dish I like.

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The Black Rhino Armory is a unique looking wheel, I personally like it! AS you found though, the lip isn't super deep which is what it sounds like you're after.

Off the top of my head, I can't think of any 17-inch deep lip wheels in the JK bolt pattern - most of the deep lip wheel models are going to be 10 to 12 inches wide with low negative offsets (-44mm) in diameters 18-inch and up.
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There's a thread on this site that may interest you. I don't know who posted it or when, but he put some steel wheels from Wheel Vintiques on his Jeep. Those wheels might not have the offset you want, but they might be available in other offsets. They have a utilitarian look and are perfect for Jeeps, in my opinion. Do a search on Wheel Vintiques and it might pop up.
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