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Which of these is best looking wheel? Opinions wanted

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by jay131866, Sep 23, 2016.

  1. Sep 23, 2016 at 1:59 PM
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    jay131866

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    ultra_rogue_bml_ci3_l.jpg kmc_skitch_b_ci3_l.jpg artillery.jpg

    Since I am pretty set on staying around the +35 offset, these are the only 3 wheels I can find that look reasonably good. I honestly don't love any of them, but after researching options for a week straight I cant find anything better in the high offset.

    If anyone has any experience with these brands or quality issues please let me know as well. They are Ultra, KMC, and ATX brands. Thanks for your help!
     
  2. Sep 23, 2016 at 2:05 PM
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    i prefer:
    #1 kmc
    #2 atx
    #3 ultra
    the kmc's are actually a nice looking wheel to me whereas the other 2 don't really do it for me. also, i personally wouldn't settle for something i wasn't in love with to go on my truck either.
     
  3. Sep 23, 2016 at 2:08 PM
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    Why settle on a wheel style you don't love? There are plenty of different makes and styles to choose from ... personally I'd suggest if you haven't been to a wheel and tire shop, stop by and take a look. Something just might jump out at you as a wheel you would love.

    My problem is I've found several I like ...

    Based on the ones you've posted, have you tried looking at Ballistic wheels? I've seen a few in the +30 range.
     
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    I actually like the Ultras a lot. The other two are also nice, but both about the same to me.
     
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    Man, I would keep looking. I personally wouldn't spend money on something I don't really like, much less put them on my truck.
     
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    I'm with the others, if you're not in love with it don't get it. But out of the three I like the bottom one. ATX
     
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    Problem is going even to a 9" wheel at +30 adds 18mm or close to another inch pushed out. I really dont want to go much more than an inch more than stock which is what the 8" wheel and +35 would be. Not planning on lifting/leveling or getting fender flares anytime soon.
     
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    vision-offroad_399_fury_black_milled_6_std-1000.jpg These intrigue me a bit, but they add 41mm offset compared to the stock. I'm one of the weirdos that hates chrome, but since the rest of my truck is all black might look nice. Don't know much about the Vision brand, these are the Fury 399 model.
     
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    I like the KMC's too, just cant decide if they look too much like a "racecar" wheel and not a truck wheel if that makes any sense haha.
     
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    I hate chrome too, but it can look really good in small amount. I like the vision wheels better than the rest too.

    41mm offset and a 9 inch width might actually be pretty perfect.
     
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    These are actually 8.5" wide with a +25 offset, so it would push the setup out 41mm compared to the stock, so about 1.6". My big debate has been if thats too much.
     
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    Ah, I misunderstood.

    You could probably get your local wheel shop to put a couple different wheels on for you to test, especially if you were going to make a purchase.
     
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    Yah thats a good idea, I was planning on going to a local place tomorrow, I'll see if I can talk them into it. Thanks.
     
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    I love the pro com 7032s. Simple matte black and great price. No offset though.
     
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    35 mm offset with 9 inch wide wheels will probably get your tires barely peeking beyond the factory fender. If you stay with 275s, tires might not even peek out at all. 8.5 inch width wheels are rare and high offset wheels are also rare. 8.5 AND high offset? Your choices are very limited. I would recommend looking at 35 mm and 9 inch width. That should give you more choices.

    Personally I like black wheels with accents (I almost went with Ballistic Jester--but that has 12 mm offset). All black wheels look basically the same to me.
     
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