How much do your stock 392 wheels weigh?

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Does anyone know? This info doesn't seem to be out yet. Wanna be the first to weigh the stock wheels?

 

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Does anyone know? This info doesn't seem to be out yet. Wanna be the first to weigh the stock wheels?
I have read that the standard/stock Rubicon wheel is about 21.6# for the current iteration.

I want to know what the 392 faux bead lock weighs. I have a set in my garage, but I’m too lazy to weigh one…
 

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I have read that the standard/stock Rubicon wheel is about 21.6# for the current iteration.

I want to know what the 392 faux bead lock weighs. I have a set in my garage, but I’m too lazy to weigh one…
The tire/wheel combo weighs 93.4 pounds. I checked the weight of the OEM tire (Falken Wildpeak M/T) they are 63 pounds per tire.....this gives a wheel weight of 30.4 pounds...
 

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The tire/wheel combo weighs 93.4 pounds. I checked the weight of the OEM tire (Falken Wildpeak M/T) they are 63 pounds per tire.....this gives a wheel weight of 30.4 pounds...
Isn't that the weight with the KO2s?

I weighed mine (when I had OEM MT) and they were over 100lbs if I remember correctly.
 
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I have read that the standard/stock Rubicon wheel is about 21.6# for the current iteration.

I want to know what the 392 faux bead lock weighs. I have a set in my garage, but I’m too lazy to weigh one…
Could you? You might be one of the rare people that could measure this for anyone wanting to know.
 


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I could tell somewhat of a difference in weight, but I really didn‘t think the 392 combo was approaching the mid 90 to 100 lb mark.

I suppose I could take the spare off tomorrow and weigh it.
 

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Per that thread - stock 392 wheel weight is 31 lbs. kinda heavy.

I geeked out to get a tire/wheel combo that allow me to run 35's with net zero weight gain (compared to stock). Trying to keep weight low, especially unsprung weight.
Toyo AT3 35x11.5 - ten lbs heavier than OEM KO2
Titan7 T-AK1 -forged and ten lbs lighter than OEM wheel

I dont need beadlocks for my adventures. airing down to 12 is as low as I go.

eventually I'll do 37s and I'll gain weight...but nice and light for now at least.
 

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Factory weigh of Non XR 392 with KO2 tire and wheel is 85 Lbs. I just put mine on the scale. I'm replacing them with ICON Rebound Pro 17x8.5 wheels and 37x12.50 R17 KM3 BFG Mud Terrains. Weight of new wheel and tire is 108.5 lbs.
 


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Per that thread - stock 392 wheel weight is 31 lbs. kinda heavy.
This confirms what I just found.

I used a personal, not legal for trade, scale. I weighed the wheel directly and got 31.6# (2x's)and 32# (4x's). I weighed the wheel by holding it and stepping on the scale, then myself without the wheel and I got 31.2#, every time.

Wheel is configured with the standard trim ring, and valve stem only.
 

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I have read that the standard/stock Rubicon wheel is about 21.6# for the current iteration.
That seems about 10+ lbs too light. My AEV Borahs weigh 33 lbs. I can't imagine that the 392 wheels are any lighter.
 

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That seems about 10+ lbs too light. My AEV Borahs weigh 33 lbs. I can't imagine that the 392 wheels are any lighter.
I think he’s saying the standard rubi wheel is 21 lbs, not the 392 wheel (?)
 

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I think he’s saying the standard rubi wheel is 21 lbs, not the 392 wheel (?)
17" wheels that light require exotic materials (forged aluminum, magnesium or carbon fiber), and aren't made for Jeeps. My JK Rubicon wheels weighed 35 lbs.
 

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17" wheels that light require exotic materials (forged aluminum, magnesium or carbon fiber), and aren't made for Jeeps. My JK Rubicon wheels weighed 35 lbs.
The weight of the standard 2021 Rubicon wheel is posted in the forum at 21.6#. This is from an individual that said they weighed the bare wheel. I am assuming that the poster was telling the truth.

The 31.2# to 32# weight I posted for the standard Wrangler 392 wheel is what I observed on my scale today.

 

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