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Old 02-10-2016, 07:48 PM
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Question Wheels for my TJ

So I've been thinking about getting different wheels for my Jeep but I'm unsure of what to get/save up for. Currently, I have American Racing Python wheels but I have yet to work on 'em and they're not really the look I'm going for my Jeep and they were on it when I bought it. I thought about Ion Alloy's 171's & 174's but it seems everyone has those. So, here's my top two picks (for now):

Mammoth Boulder Beadlock Style Charcoal Wheel - 16x8


Fuel Anza - 16x8


What do y'all think? Opinions are much appreciated and encouraged!

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I myself prefer the star patterned wheels or the ones with rounded holes all the way around like the 7069 or Baja. I am currently running American wheel racing Mojave on my LJ. Had the same wheels on my JK and JKU before. Always looked good regardless of what color the jeep was.

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I'm leaning towards the Mammoth wheels more because they're more subtle and less expensive. Anybody run these wheels?
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I'm going with anza when I finally decide to get new rims.... Don't seem to see them that often, I love em
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I have the 17" Fuel Anza in anthracite, they go good with my light khaki LJ almost as if I color matched them
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It's hard to decide. They both look similar but the Anza's have a little more detail to 'em and they're a little more. I like 'em both.
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I purchased the Mammoth's for my offroad wheels. My tires have not come in yet, but I really like the look of them.
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I purchased the Mammoth's for my offroad wheels. My tires have not come in yet, but I really like the look of them.
What size did you get?
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Well I got the Mammoths over the Fuels. Looks sweet if you ask me.



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Looks good! Kinda wish I had went with the gun metal instead of silver now haha
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Looks good! Kinda wish I had went with the gun metal instead of silver now haha
Thank ya sir! There's a silver one?
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Thank ya sir! There's a silver one?
I did the 5x5 conversion so they have them in gun metal and silver in that bolt pattern.
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I myself prefer the star patterned wheels or the ones with rounded holes all the way around like the 7069 or Baja. I am currently running American wheel racing Mojave on my LJ. Had the same wheels on my JK and JKU before. Always looked good regardless of what color the jeep was.

I like the Pro Comp 7069's after looking at wheels tonight (shopping). That style. I also am on a budget and they are cheap alloys. I'm doing it to remove spacers (correct backspace) and I guess remove the steel wheels I currently have from previous owner.


On topic:

Picking between the two that the op picked out. I like the Anza's better.

Edit. I guess I should have read all the way through the thread. Shoot foot in mouth. Those Mammoth's do look good in the picture.
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I did the 5x5 conversion so they have them in gun metal and silver in that bolt pattern.
Ah. Got cha
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I like the Pro Comp 7069's after looking at wheels tonight (shopping). That style. I also am on a budget and they are cheap alloys. I'm doing it to remove spacers (correct backspace) and I guess remove the steel wheels I currently have from previous owner. On topic: Picking between the two that the op picked out. I like the Anza's better. Edit. I guess I should have read all the way through the thread. Shoot foot in mouth. Those Mammoth's do look good in the picture.
Lol. It's cool man. I still like the Fuel's but I had a budget and the Mammoth's worked perfect and gave the look I wanted.

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