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Old 01-25-2018, 05:45 PM
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Chrome wheels

Saw the thread on black wheels. Having a black jeep there is already enough shades of black on my jeep. You do not find step bars in polished aluminum just chrome or stainless, and of course black. So show us some chrome wheels. I am thinking of getting some procomp 99 series, in a 15x8. Any thoughts.

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A lot of companies sell bumpers, sliders/steps, flat fenders, etc in raw steel. Rigs that have raw steel parts and gray wheels look awesome in my opinion. If I were to do it all over again I may go that route to be different. And non-powder coated parts will save you cash too..........so you can buy more Jeep parts!

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I will have to look up pictures on that. I had even thought about white wagon wheels and some trim but could not really picture that on a jk. Sort of like on a late 50s early 60s trucks.
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Personally speaking I was never wild about all black wheels. It's too much. Black rubber, black wheel... it all looks kind of blah. Nothing is popping off and there is no depth anywhere.

At the same time though, and again just my personal opinion and liking, I think all chrome would be too flashy. I went with kind of a mix of black and aluminum. It gives some depth and a bit more detail. I also prefer a thinner spoke so you get that see through illusion when the wheels are turning.


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