Pro Comp Alloys are designed using State-Of-The-Art Low-Pressure-Casting Technology providing unsurpassed wheel strength, style and value. Pro Comp Alloy Wheels combine head turning style, light weight, durable finish in black, black powder coat chrome and polished. Pro Comp Alloys also incorporate a high offset brake clearance for todays performance trucks and sport utility vehicles.
Product looks good. There should be a close up of the chrome studs on the wheel. Also, be careful if you are going to use this wheel with a lift, you will need more backspace.
These are great wheels. My only dislikes are that they're a bit heavy for an alloy wheel and the center cap is only attached with two hex-head screws at about the 7 o'clock and 4 o'clock positions, which is going to make them prone to damage in offroad applications, but they're pretty durable anyway. The finish is tough and they look great on my silver Jeep
Mounting BFG 35X12.50R17 all terrain tires, This combo of tire and wheel on a 2015 Jeep JK with a 2.5in lift is there any concerns? Thanks,
Asked by Breezy from Nevada, Iowa on
Hi Breezy The Series 7033, 17x9 with 5 on 5 Bolt Pattern - Flat Black will work fine with the 35" tires mainly for street or light off road with the 2.5 lift. Thanks
Answered by LWiff ext 4804 from Nevada, Iowa on
Will this work on my 2012 Jeep Unlimited Rubicon? I need a 5 x5 bolt pattern or a 5 x 127mm. what about the back spacing? I am told i need 4.5" or less.
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Yes, this wheel will work on your Rubicon. The bolt pattern is correct, and as long as you are not running a tire wider than 12.50, you should not encounter any problems. Thanks!
Answered by Craig R. from on
Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me what size rims and tires I could use for my 2001 jeep grand cherokee.I would like to put larger rims and tires, possibly might lift 4 inches. Thank You Gina
Asked by Gina from on
Your Grand Cherokee has a 5x5 bolt pattern, so this wheel will fit your vehicle. As for larger tires, the size you will be able to run will depend on the amount your vehicle is lifted. Without lifting your Jeep, you may want to use tires similar in size to stock, to avoid tire rubbing issues.
Answered by Craig R. from on
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