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Wheel Parts Buyer's Guide

Adventure Series
Tori Tellem | Writer
Posted September 1, 2007

Rims, Rings, Bead Locks, And More

What it is: Adventure Series
A quickie: One-piece forged aluminum in 17x9 and 20x9 sizes
MSRP: Starts at $409
Contact: Alcoa Wheel Products, 888/699-4335

What it is: Eagle Alloys Series 137
A quickie: Sizes are 16x8, 17x8, and 17x10
MSRP: Starting from $149
Contact: American Eagle Wheel Corp., 800/583-2453,

What it is: ATX Chamber Pro
A quickie: Comes in size 17x8.5 in popular off-road-racing bolt patterns and backspacing. More sizes to come.
MSRP: Call for details
Contact: American Racing, 888/623-4199,

What it is: DC-1 Black
A quickie: It's an aluminum wheel with a gloss-black and machined finish and UV Clearcoat
MSRP: From $139
Contact: Dick Cepek Tires & Wheels, 800/222-9092,

What it is: Intimidator 2
A quickie: It comes in 18-, 20-, and 22-inch sizes
MSRP: Starts at $271
Contact: Autotech Accessories, 661/250-3000,

What it is: Charge
A quickie: You can get the wheel in 20, 22, or 24 inches
MSRP: Ranges from $290 to $650
Contact: Black Rhino Wheels, 888/658-0765

What it is: Rocklock
A quickie: The BS2 and BS16 are for more serious thrashing; BS1 is good for basic Wheeling
MSRP: Call for details
Contact: Beadlock Specialties, 559/442-0685

What it is: Rock Thrasher
A quickie: Get it preinstalled on American Racing 15-, 16-, and 17-inch wheels or convert your aluminum ones
MSRP: Conversions start at $234.95
Contact: Champion Wheel, 951/471-2183,

What it is: HD17
A quickie: The 17x8.5 wheel has multiple bolt patterns and backspacing from 3.5 to 4.5 inches; purpose built for off-road competition
MSRP: Around $350
Contact: TrailReady Products, 425/353-6776,

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