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I am having a lot of trouble finding white wheels/rims for my JK sport. I really like the Montegi models, but they don't fit. Any suggestions?
 

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IMO buy the wheels you like and paint them the color you like (if they don't come in your color).

Discount tire, Tire Rack, 4 Wheels Parts all have a ton of Jeep wheel selection.
Find a local powder coating company if they're not the color you want :thumb:

But I'm with you, the world does not need another Jeep with black wheels :D


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I like white wheels, especially on older Jeeps. I refinished a 91 YJ that was red and I put white moabs on it. I had to have them powder coated.



Powder coating is great and durable.
 

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Would Plasti-dip work? I have heard folks use it on wheels, but I don't have first-hand knowledge. Guessing it might be a cool option if you ever want to change your mind (or color)
 

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Plasti-dip will work. Many have done just that.
 

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Plasti-dip will work. Many have done just that.
But it won't yield the same results as those awesome @Quadratec wheels.
...on my wishlist if you guys were wondering what to get me for Christmas...
 

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Plastidip will work, but it's not very durable.
 

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Back in the 70's it was Jackman 8 spoke, welded all the way around the spoke on the wheel. With a chrome center cap and Armstrong tru-track tires. That was the bomb setup.
 

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I second the plastidip. Easy, cheap, and reasonably durable. I'm 2.5 years on mine (black to aluminum) and have minimal wear or peel.

These photos from summer '19, 2 years wear.

 

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Fuel has wheels of many colors. You can get wheels any color you want as long as you have plenty of "green".
 

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You can also pick up a set of slightly scuffed wheels for relatively cheap on craigslist or Facebook Marketplace, and have them stripped and powdercoated your choice of color. I did that on my 18" Mercedes wheels, and only cost me about $400 for stripping to bare metal and powdercoating.
 

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