Jeep JL on 17x9 Fuel Militia Wheels w/ 35s

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Thought I'd share this one with you folks. This JL is sitting on 17x9 Fuel Militia Wheels in a -12 offset in Anthracite w/ Matte Black finish wrapped in 35x12.50r17 Nitto Ridge Grapplers. It's a pretty aggressive fitment but not too crazy yet far from flush.

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Find the Fuel Fuel Wheels Militia - D726 and out entire line of Fuel Wheels here: https://wheelsasap.com/fuel-wheels/

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Probably a personal preference but they seem a bit much. I have the Fuel Trophy and same tires and the wheels clean up super easy and there's a better view of the brakes/caliper accents. Also when I change a wheel, I feel like I have more control if I grab the inner bars to hoist it up on the rear spare mount so I can feel where it's going through the gaps. Not sure I could lift one of these with the same amount control and fit it on the spare lugs without smacking the backup camera. Keep in mind the tire+wheel weight is ~90 lbs?
 
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Probably a personal preference but they seem a bit much. I have the Fuel Trophy and same tires and the wheels clean up super easy and there's a better view of the brakes/caliper accents. Also when I change a wheel, I feel like I have more control if I grab the inner bars to hoist it up on the rear spare mount so I can feel where it's going through the gaps. Not sure I could lift one of these with the same amount control and fit it on the spare lugs without smacking the backup camera. Keep in mind the tire+wheel weight is ~90 lbs?
Thanks for the feedback Gregorio, I always enjoy hearing what customer like or dislike about the options we post, This helps us make inventory decisions. It is certainly not a light weight wheel this style of design is more for the user base looking for aesthetics over function.
 

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I'm actually very interested in the (Black on Black) 17" D723 -12mm Offset with 35/12.5 KO2s. Do they pair well together? Looking to put on stock Rubicon JLU now prior to 2.5" Terraflex lift next year.

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I love to see 17 inch wheels with -12 offset on a Sport or a Sahara. It gives it a beefy look.

Good looking Jeep. Anthracite and black is a good color combination.
 
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Agreed.
 

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