Trying to decide between these 2 wheels...

thefrog

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Pro Comp 89 Series Kore - or - MHT Fuel Offroad Recoil

Anyone with any experience with these wheels or care to share some insight or recommend other brands??

I'm looking for very clean designs that will work well off road, wont easily get all gunked up with mud and snow and are easy to clean with very few "nooks and crannies". Oh, and must be black. That's the whole criteria - LOL.

These would be going on my JLUR. One concern I have is about the larger lugnuts on the JL.

Thanks!
 

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Pro Comp 89 Series Kore - or - MHT Fuel Offroad Recoil

Anyone with any experience with these wheels or care to share some insight or recommend other brands??

I'm looking for very clean designs that will work well off road, wont easily get all gunked up with mud and snow and are easy to clean with very few "nooks and crannies". Oh, and must be black. That's the whole criteria - LOL.

These would be going on my JLUR. One concern I have is about the larger lugnuts on the JL.

Thanks!
The ProComp will set better (more inside) in the fender. Both only 8" wide.
What size tire? Most 35" tire manufactures suggest a 8.5" wide wheel.
 

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Me personally I would push the wheel out with the Fuel wheels, they won’t stick out far
 

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