AEV Borah wheels

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As near as I can find, the Borah's are about 50% heavier than the OEM Rubicon wheels (21lbs or so vs. 33lbs). Has anyone noticed any acceleration lag, mpg hit or longer breaking distance required after switching?
 
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As near as I can find, the Borah's are about 50% heavier than the OEM Rubicon wheels (21lbs or so vs. 33lbs). Has anyone noticed any acceleration lag, mpg hit or longer breaking distance required after switching?
I ended up ordering the Icon Rebound wheels. lighter, cheaper and better sizing to fit with my MC lift.

Almost half the price at $172 (currently 25% off) for anyone interested

https://www.northridge4x4.com/part/...ynamics-rebound-wheel-17-x-8-5-titanium-matte
 

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Icon wheels have a way different backspacing . They do look great, but most looking at AEV wheels are because of less poking.
 

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