List of aftermarket wheels that are hubcentric

  1. StammesOpfer

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    #16 Nov 23, 2018
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2018
    Here is another.

    Rugged Ridge Trail Runner Classic Steel Wheel
    www.quadratec.com/products/92604_0421_07.htm

    I am actually looking for something with less than 4.5" Backspace to be compatible with the MetalCloak lift and I like simple and reasonable prices. So leaning towards these or the Mammoth 8's. I would like to find a simple Alloy but it seems like they are expensive or too much backspacing or too flashy or not hub-centric.

    I may just go for hub centric rings though. A lot more options then.
     
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    Would the Mopar wheels with bead-lock need a spacer for 37's? or should they still have no issue clearing inside etc with there offset? Thanks in advance.
     
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    Black Rhino said our armory wheels are hub centric.
     
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    Added, thanks!
     
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    I took this photo at a Jeep dealer with 37x12.5 Nittos on the Mopar beadlocks:

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    Do you think you can fit a 12.5 wide tire on them or is the offset too close? Just in case somewhere down the road I decide to try 35s again with a regear.
     
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    I would think the offset is too close. It’s basically stock.
     
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    Likely I’ll never go big again. I’ve ordered these for my Jeep. it Appears to be the only wheels as close to stock as possible.
    I’ve read so much about scrub radius and how it messes everything up.
     
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    Looks like both Icon wheels for the JL are also hub centric . I am really digging the new Compression 2017857345BR
     
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    Added (posted all versions in bronze only), nice additions, really like the bronze rebound.
     
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    Our Turbomac HD and Traverse HD are hub centric and built for the JL Wrangler as well :)

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    Thanks fifteen52, I'll get them pasted on the board!, Nice looking too!
     
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    #30 May 23, 2019
    Last edited: May 24, 2019
    I found a press release from Black Rhino in 2010 which said all wheels are either hub centric or come with rings.

    https://www.blackrhinowheels.com/ex...els/truck-rims-press/truck-rims-12-3-2010.php

    Does anyone know if this is still true?

    Edit: Just to follow up on my own question. I did notice that many of their wheels (Sidewinder and Glamis in particular) do list being hub centric or including rings in their description. This is not 100% of the case. Not sure if this means some are not hub centric or some simply do not have it listed.
     
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