Who’s buying aftermarket wheels / tires for their Bronco?

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Ill probably rock the steelies for a little bit I actually like the utilitarian look but eventually id like a deeper dish and more wheel for fatter rubber.... if I get the Base of course. If I end up going badlands im pretty much replacing those wheels as soon as some good black deep dish steelies are avail. Maybe its just me but the rest of wheels just don't do it for me and the sasquatch ones are just ok but I cut them some slack because they are beadlock capable.
 

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Might rock the stock 35's on the Wildtrak until I wear them out, then going with a 2-4" lift, some 20" Fuel Assault wheels, and some 37" Nitto Ridge Grapplers to get better on road MPG and noise reduction but still be good off-road. This will be my daily driver so my off roading will be limited to dirt roads, dunes, and desert runs and less likely to be crawling my $55k car. Especially after watching the damage on the rigs coming out of the Rubicon. I cried a little bit inside after seeing the scrapes, dents, and scratches on those Broncos. At some point in time after this thing is paid off and possibly becomes my weekend fun car I may get brave enough to try a little crawling.
 

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If there is a lift available to handle 37s I will get after market wheels/tires from day one. My Jeep has Nitto 35 M/Ts and Fuel wheels. I'd probably do something a bit more classic on the Bronc.

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i will be putting fuel wheels on mine with 37" BFG KO2 tires
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I plan on getting the Badlands with Sasquatch, but I don't want to run beadlock rims when I'm not offroad. I've played around on the interactive garage and like the Black Rhino rims, so I plan to get them with 35's.
 

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Depending on whether the Method bead locks that are on the demo Cyber Orange with 37's are in the aftermarket list, I may move toward the KMC Machete Crawler or the Dirty Life Roadkill Race...
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I'm going for somewhat of an old school look. I'm thinking of getting 2D BD. Either paint the BD steelies white or buy new white steelies. And buy BF Goodrich KO2 285/70R17.
The steelies will look awesome with the white top and accents. Nice. Maybe an old-school stripe, too? :cool:

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Depending on whether the Method bead locks that are on the demo Cyber Orange with 37's are in the aftermarket list, I may move toward the KMC Machete Crawler or the Dirty Life Roadkill Race...
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The one above remind me of ion alloy 133 wheels.

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I wish I could go down to 15 inch rims, but I like big brakes and I cannot lie.

I'll probably have two sets, BFG K02 and KM3, which will be 37s if that lift is available from Ford with any sort of warranty.
 

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