Raceline Monster Beadlocks on a Daily Driver

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Hello all. Anyone running Raceline Monster beadlocks on their daily driver? Are there any issues to be aware of besides checking the torque on the beadlock bolts and lug nuts?
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I'm looking at the same wheels when I upgrade to 37's once my 35'' toyo mt's wear out (which might never happen the way they're wearing). Also interested in caveats with daily driven beadlocks.
 
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I'm looking at the same wheels when I upgrade to 37's once my 35'' toyo mt's wear out (which might never happen the way they're wearing). Also interested in caveats with daily driven beadlocks.
They're 15% off now on Raceline's website if interested!
 

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If those are the wheels you have (the black beadlocks) in your build thread, I really like them!
 
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If those are the wheels you have (the black beadlocks) in your build thread, I really like them!
The ones in my build thread are my old wheels, KMC XD 132s. They're imitation beadlocks. ;)

They are great wheels though. I'll be posting them for sale soon. They have rock rash from wheeling.
 

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Hello all. Anyone running Raceline Monster beadlocks on their daily driver? Are there any issues to be aware of besides checking the torque on the beadlock bolts and lug nuts?
No issues at all. Daily Drive them like any other wheel.
 
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Sweet! Thank you guys for the update! Had mine installed today. They’re perfectly balanced as well!
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I never had any issues back in the day with my 2009 and 40's. They make a good wheel. Actually the only issue I had was they were sending instructions with the wrong torque spec for the bolts which would cause them to break off here and there. Once they all got tighted to a a higher torque they quit breaking off. So if you ever randomly see some missing they could be undertorqued too.
 
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I’ve run Raceline Monsters for almost 8 months now - balanced well, run smooth on the highway, holds a bead at 8psi. They’ve handled everything I’ve thrown at them.
Thanks for your response! What PSI are you running while daily driving? Are you on 37s?
 
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PSI has more to do with what tire and what comfort level you want than what wheel.
I’m on 37” KM3’s and I run them between 27-30 psi.
Thanks for your response! The instructions sheet that came with the wheels said no more than 25 but that’s a little low. I’ve been running mine at 28 cold. So they get to around 30 when driving.
 
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