Aftermarket Wheels | what options do you want?

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Hi Bonco6g!

The bolt pattern for the 6g Bronco has not been released, though pictures show 6 lug. Assuming the Bronco utilizes the same bolt pattern as the new Ranger, we can expect a 6-139.7 fitment range which offers plethora of choices!

Factory paint color options and of course the body lines of the new Bronco will be a consideration, however, we want to see what the enthusiasts think!

Do you have any suggestions for aftermarket wheels? Is there anything unique you'd like to see offered that's not already out on the market? Particular finishes?

You never know, the wheel manufacturers may listen and build something unique for the Bronco so share your feedback!



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Hi Bonco6g!

The bolt pattern for the 6g Bronco has not been released, though pictures show 6 lug. Assuming the Bronco utilizes the same bolt pattern as the new Ranger, we can expect a 6-139.7 fitment range which offers plethora of choices!

Factory paint color options and of course the body lines of the new Bronco will be a consideration, however, we want to see what the enthusiasts think!

Do you have any suggestions for aftermarket wheels? Is there anything unique you'd like to see offered that's not already out on the market? Particular finishes?

You never know, the wheel manufacturers may listen and build something unique for the Bronco so share your feedback!
plenty of 16/17/18” Diameter by 8.5 options

no stupid mall crawler 24x8.5
 

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Hi Bonco6g!

The bolt pattern for the 6g Bronco has not been released, though pictures show 6 lug. Assuming the Bronco utilizes the same bolt pattern as the new Ranger, we can expect a 6-139.7 fitment range which offers plethora of choices!

Factory paint color options and of course the body lines of the new Bronco will be a consideration, however, we want to see what the enthusiasts think!

Do you have any suggestions for aftermarket wheels? Is there anything unique you'd like to see offered that's not already out on the market? Particular finishes?

You never know, the wheel manufacturers may listen and build something unique for the Bronco so share your feedback!
Honestly like a wide array of types.... the older f150 sport rims I always thought were nice. I always told myself if I clever got a luxury GM product I would put these on them, and then the good ole’ regular pro comp Style.

edit: only issue with the F150 sport and the Denali rims is they are HUGE... wish they had them in a smaller diameter as I like more rubber than rim.

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I would like to see a us mags 5 slot wheel that has the classic look. I will most likely put a set of Walker Evans Racing to match my 76 Bronco
 

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The smallest diameter wheel possible, up to 12” wide, set forward to keep width in check, old school weld style, like on that photoshop from maxlider on the main section.
And options for black and black/chrome trim ring and center.
 

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The smallest diameter wheel possible, up to 12” wide, set forward to keep width in check, old school weld style, like on that photoshop from maxlider on the main section.
And options for black and black/chrome trim ring and center.
smallest will probably be 16” due to brakes
 

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I personally am hoping 16-inch works as well; I prefer the look of more sidewall.
ranger runs 16” on work trims. But I wonder if the bronco will have bigger brakes for the extra weight.
 

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I'll be looking at Method to produce a 701 in the OEM size, I think we're expecting a 17" rim with a Raptor size 315/70r17 tire which will be plenty for me. Reasonably light, strong, and I like the looks.
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I'll be looking at Method to produce a 701 in the OEM size, I think we're expecting a 17" rim with a Raptor size 315/70r17 tire which will be plenty for me. Reasonably light, strong, and I like the looks.
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That in a 16 w/ some 37s would work for me if I go grey body and blacked out trim
 

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Something like this would be great, I'd put them on the 2dr with a different tire. :rockon:
 

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Simple, light weight, structurally rugged.

One pet peeve is a pattern based on a number that does not match the lug pattern. So if it's a 6 like the Ranger and all the mules/prototypes then the 5/8/10 slot patterns make me cringe a bit. Find some 6, 9 or 12 slots that clean easily.
 

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I’m a fan of gramlights. Have 57Extreme on my Subbie. Here are a couple

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