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Just bought a 2006 Rubicon, and i have looked everywhere for a set of black rims. as of now i have the stock aluminum rims with 245 /75 /16 on it. anyone know where to get black steel rims that will fit these tires.
 

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Paint 'em and save the money for other stuff! New rims = $400 - $1000+

A can of Rustoleum Black Bed Liner $8.00

Just pull the wheels, sand, tape off the tires and the valve stem, a little primer, and hit it with several light coats of the bed liner to cover.
 

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I would prefer leaving the stock wheels as they are. I am not a fan of black wheels but that is just me.
 

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Look for Cragar Soft 8. They are pretty popular for Jeeps and are fairly inexpensive. Another similar wheel in the same price range is from discounttiredirect.com called unique 297 and is a little cheaper and includes the center caps.
 

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I only paid $350 for all 5 of mine after on line coupon code shipped to the front door from JcWhitney. I dropped down to 15X8 because the tires are cheaper. They are ION 174 series.



 

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Just bought a 2006 Rubicon, and i have looked everywhere for a set of black rims. as of now i have the stock aluminum rims with 245 /75 /16 on it. anyone know where to get black steel rims that will fit these tires.
Don't ruin a nice set of Moabs by painting them. Buy a set of soft 8's like everybody else runs and sell the Moabs. You could also get Smittybilt bumpers and join that club too!!
 
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