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Hi from Sweden

My seller tried to put on Black Rock Yuma 908B on my 2012 Wrangler, but sad they could not do it because they needed hub rings for it. I have waited now for a month and they have problems to find hub rings for them.

But, if I am correct it has push through cap ?, so my understanding is that if they install hub rings they can not install the cap?

I want the caps on.

I have read that the Black Rock Yuma 908B are lug centric, so my understanding is that if they use my Jeep original Sahara Wrangler lugs that I think is tapered and that will be OK without any hub rings and they can fit the caps to?

They putted them on and took them of



Best regards

Omar Brannstrom
 

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Hi

I have to answer my self:)

We put the Yuma wheels on without any hub rings and yet no wobbling.

I put on Cooper st Maxx 265/70/17 E-class and the ride is not harsh and do not slow down the vehicle. I have the Pentastar and 3.21 in axle ratio and have alot of power.

I didnt want to lift my wrangler, thats why I didnt go with 285/70/17 or bigger.

The results, and I like them, give a more military look.







The cooper to the left

 

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Hey Omar

Based on the pictures provided, I am wondering how matte are your wheels. They seem quite shiny on the photos. Need black matte wheels for a 2009 Wrangler X...

I own the american racing mojave black matte teflon-coated wheels and I am not a fan--they are more gray > black. :(
 

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Based on the pictures provided, I am wondering how matte are your wheels. They seem quite shiny on the photos. Need black matte wheels for a 2009 Wrangler X...

I own the american racing mojave black matte teflon-coated wheels and I am not a fan--they are more gray > black. :(
Blackrocks are more of a semi-gloss than flat black. I liked the look of the OP's rig better with the flat black, 5 spoke alloys he replaced.
 

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ProComp

I ended up going with the ProComp black matte with a slight concave design. I've since added a wheel lock to each tire, including my covered spare, due to someone trying to take off all 23 of my pentagonal locking lug nuts. All attempts thus far have been unsuccessful thank goodness.
 
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