Choosing the right tires for off-roading demands a vehicle that is capable of handling rough terrain, mud fields and pits as well as primitive wooded trails. It doesn't matter what the lift, fenders or engine is if tires and wheels fail under extreme conditions. From 15x12 wheels to 16x7 wheels, go ahead, push the limits and have fun without worrying about getting stuck in the boonies.
Strong, Flexible Wheels
Off-road tires mounted on durable 15x14 wheels made of steel deliver added traction in extreme conditions. They are made to grip more effectively than road tires, from Slickrock and boulders to mud and snow. If you're looking to upgrade your weekend excursions, buy tires that are stable, provide expanded traction area and are known to perform in rough conditions.
Bead Locked Wheels
Unless your rig is spending its life on pavement, ditch the all-season tires for all-terrain or extreme treads and air them down. There's no need to go oversized if you are primarily looking for better traction and smoother ride. If you're heading to backcountry trails filled with side hills and heavy articulation, proper air downs don't have enough pressure to keep the tire on the wheel. A good Beadlock system clamps the tire bead in place so that it can't pop off. If your budget has some room, get cold forged 14x14 aluminum wheels. They are available with beadlocking, can handle the terrain without extra weight and are easy to maintain.
Rock crawlers, sand handlers and deep snow tires call for tires that can hold up to the abuse. 17x10 forged alloy wheels are a personal statement; they go from the street to trail with attitude. They are a bit pricier than cast alloy or steel, but they tough and resilient. Go to 4WD.com today and order from our huge selection of wheels of steel and alloy wheels. Our six warehouse locations across the country mean you'll get your order fast.
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