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Anyone know what wheel this is?
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American Racing AR201 :like:

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My wife went with Method 305s in the Limited Edition red finish. I will admit I had my doubts since we have yet to see any in person but they are an amazing finish.
These are 17x8.5" wrapped in 37" Yokohama MT and we used a 2.5" AEV dual sport but it lifted it 3.5" overall.

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Can someone please help! I cannot figure out what wheels these are. Mainly because the pic is a bit blurry. Newbie Jeep owner here.

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Can someone please help! I cannot figure out what wheels these are. Mainly because the pic is a bit blurry. Newbie Jeep owner here.

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Looks a lot like the XD Heist, center caps logo looks different though.
 

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Looks a lot like the XD Heist, center caps logo looks different though.
Yeah those were it! These are 20x12 apparently but all I see them make is a 20x10. Is this possible to fit with stock suspension? I love the way this Jeep looks. Any idea on what the tire size might be?
 

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Yeah those were it! These are 20x12 apparently but all I see them make is a 20x10. Is this possible to fit with stock suspension? I love the way this Jeep looks. Any idea on what the tire size might be?
I'm showing 20x10 as the max size produced also.

It's certainly possible to fit this size with stock suspension with the correct tire size. Happy to crunch the numbers for you, PM coming your way :like:
 
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285/70/17 on titanium worked out just fine.

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Jeff, I like that look with the Sting Gray and titanium wheels. I'm looking at doing the same myself but, I have a question. How far do the 285/70's poke out past the fender with the 0 offset? I'm planning on the same tire size and I really like the Method wheels but having concerns about how far the tires will extend past the fenders. By any chance do you have any photos showing the sides?
 

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This is my girlfriend's 2020 Sahara. I'm posting it since she doesn't have an account. Yesterday her new Method 305 wheels were mounted. The tires are the stock BFG KO2s from my Rubicon. I also put the stock Rubicon suspension on her Sahara for a little bump in height and added the Mopar LCA from the 2 inch lift kit. Otherwise the suspension is stock.

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My wife went with Method 305s in the Limited Edition red finish. I will admit I had my doubts since we have yet to see any in person but they are an amazing finish.
These are 17x8.5" wrapped in 37" Yokohama MT and we used a 2.5" AEV dual sport but it lifted it 3.5" overall.

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Does anyone know if these wheels are still available? I could not find them on @DiscountTire I want some red accents for my Sting Gray JLUR.
 

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Looking at something like this. I currently have 35" Ridge Grapplers (and really like them) but want to step up to 37s and a 17" rim seems to be almost necessary with tire selection. I do some decent off-roading and rock crawling. Would love to do Moab and want to know if this setup seems reasonable all around.

Anyone have info on durability of these rims?

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Looking at something like this. I currently have 35" Ridge Grapplers (and really like them) but want to step up to 37s and a 17" rim seems to be almost necessary with tire selection. I do some decent off-roading and rock crawling. Would love to do Moab and want to know if this setup seems reasonable all around.

Anyone have info on durability of these rims?

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Hey, from research I have done on these forums, again some experts on here will know far more than me, is all over place. I have read steel has some advantages when off roading, such as being able to reshape in worst case scenario. Have also read on these forums that rotary forged are the 'best.' I have also read the merits of aluminum (weight reduction/etc.).

I guess what I am getting at there seems to be so many opinions, I'd just go with what you like and fits your specific use scenario.
 

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