Lets see your 392 on 35's or 37's stock suspension or lifted...

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Are those the Icon beadlocks?
Yep. The Rebound Pro inner beadlocks or whatever name they’re calling them. Was going to go with a traditional KMC beadlock but didn’t want to deal with the extra unsprung weight, mounting hassle, need to re-torque them, etc. I’ve seen people online running their Rebound Pro’s down to 8-10 psi with no issue so that’ll be fine for my weekend warrior needs.
 

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Yep. The Rebound Pro inner beadlocks or whatever name they’re calling them. Was going to go with a traditional KMC beadlock but didn’t want to deal with the extra unsprung weight, mounting hassle, need to re-torque them, etc. I’ve seen people online running their Rebound Pro’s down to 8-10 psi with no issue so that’ll be fine for my weekend warrior needs.
Yeah I've considered it as well. Realize this isn't the thread for this, but I wonder how many people have been successful converting the stock 392 wheels to beadlocks with the Mopar kit. I don't have mine beadlocked but I've been running mine at 15 PSI on the trails with no problems - fingers crossed I have yet to roll a bead.
 
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