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Old 05-10-2017, 11:54 PM
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Help identify wheel

What kind of wheel is this? Sorry about the poor quality.

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I believe it is a pro-comp series 41 https://www.quadratec.com/products/92819_5704_07.htm

Look at how there are a set of 6 spokes where as the ATX has a set of 5 and the wording and logo on the center cap. Just my .02
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K I didn't click the zoom feature to get a closer look.
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I am not convinced. Look how the square openings in my picture are about as wide as the triangular openings.
That's not the case with the suggested wheels.
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yeah might be phasers

i've got them the photo looks close, but really you need a better description.
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I think you got it. I just counted the number of nuts on the bead lock and there are 24 in the OP's pic and 24 in the Method's, where as the Pro Comps only have 14.
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Yes, I think that must be them. Went to look at then at the store and while I like the look, I'm not a big fan of the bolts sticking out so far. Would get beat up pretty bad on the trails.
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