List of aftermarket wheels that are hubcentric

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    You should let the company know of the error, lighter wheels is a good thing :)
     
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    Will do. They were surprisingly lighter than I thought they would be. Wheels and tires with 12oz Equal ended up less than 112lb!

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    Nice setup there^^^
     
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    Does anybody know if Pro Comp 40 Series Vertigo wheel is hubcentric?
     
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    Quadratec just revealed a cool new hubcentric wheel. Retro CJ look. I really like it. Don't know how to pull up a pic so I will do it in a second post from my iPhone.
     
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    I would have to go black. Only $160 ea!
     
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    Did you go with -12 offset? If so, can you take a picture down the side to show how much the tire sticks out. Thinking of going with +1 but not sure how much it would take away from the deep dish look. Wheels look great.
     
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    Not exactly on topic. But anyone know if there's a after market lug nut set that isn't the kind with the shitty spline socket, I have a set of method 701's on the way and want something that is uses an actual socket like a 19mm or 21mm.
     
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    #70 Dec 1, 2019
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    These are locks for each lug, they are a spline type but aren't the lightweight cheap sets, plenty strong for the 130 ft lb torque the JLs require, and look decent too IMO.
    https://www.amazon.com/Gorilla-Automotive-96644BDX-Factory-24-Pack/dp/B01N4VSVYG/
    Here's some standard hex sets too
    https://www.amazon.com/TC-Sportline-WH-LN1415190BK-14x1-5-Closed/dp/B07VQLPMBY/ref=asc_df_B07VQLPMBY

    EDIT***Bought the Gorilla locks for my ATX wheels and they're way too large, had to grind them down as per this thread :(
    https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/fo...l-locks-wont-work-w-aftermarket-wheels.42430/
     
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    Method 313s and 702s appear to be hubcentric
     
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    Are there any Cons to going with a lighter wheel? The reason I ask is that I did some checking on the wheels I am looking at (fifteen52's) and sent them an email to ask how much they weigh. They came back at ~26 lbs. When I look at other popular selections, like the AEVs or Methods, they come in at 36 & 43 respectively.

    I understand the upside of fuel economy, but are their any downsides I should be concerned about potentially chunking a lighter wheel off a rock?
     
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