TeraFlex Nomad wheels are at Northridge4x4!

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    #1 Jun 25, 2019
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    Northridge4x4 has the new TeraFlex Nomad Wheels in stock!


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    They come in a 17x8.5" size with a 4.75" backspace and are available in a Titanium Gray or a Metallic Black easy to clean finish.


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    Looking a little closer and you'll notice the dual red knobs. One is for airing up and the other is for airing down.


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    The air-up knob covers the Schrader valve to keep it clean and protected. Just unscrew it to access the valve stem.


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    The air-down knob is a TeraFlex proprietary Air Deflator that allows you to quickly air down to your preset air pressure. That's right, you set it to any psi you want, down to 10 psi minimum.

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    4.75" Backspace.


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    8.50" Width and look closely you'll see dual safety beads and serrations to help keep the tires on the bead even at lower pressures!


    How strong are they? Teraflex has these made from heat-treated A356-T6 aluminum and rate them for up to a 40" tire! :rock:

    So you are asking yourself where do you get these cool wheels???

    For the Deluxe model with the Air-Down feature:
    TERAFLEX NOMAD WHEEL - DELUXE 17X8.5 5X5IN - TITANIUM GRAY

    TERAFLEX NOMAD WHEEL - DELUXE 17X8.5 5X5IN - METALLIC BLACK



    Don't want the air down feature? Go for the Base model wheels (You can always add it later):
    TERAFLEX NOMAD WHEEL - BASE 17X8.5 5X5IN - TITANIUM GRAY

    TERAFLEX NOMAD WHEEL - BASE 17X8.5 5X5IN - METALLIC BLACK
     
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    They look super nice, 10/10 in my books, but all that coverage makes it difficult for me to wash my brake rotors..
     
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    My quadratec wheels are 5.10" backspacing according to their website and I noticed after EJS this year I skimmed a little bit of my falcon 3.3 shocks (just the sticker but still really close). Is it fair to assume these have enough backspacing to work with their shocks?
     
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    Yes, the TeraFlex Nomads are 4.75" backspace. That'll move your wheels out about 3/8" from what you have now.
     
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    Really like those titanium grey deluxe wheels. Will have to remember them when the time is right
     
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    i saw these at sema in person and was really impressed. these are incredibly unique and for the same price as what some of the other brands are is equally as impressive.

    any idea what the weight is per wheel? they look kind of heavy but most of the wheels in this realm are anyways. the air up/air down feature makes it worth the weight penalty imo.
     
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    Would love to know the weight of these.
     
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