Who plans to purchase aftermarket wheels and and keep factory tires?

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I'll be changing over my Ranger Raptor wheels and tires as long as the bolt pattern is the same.
 

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My goal is to get new wheels to go with the stock tires, then use the stock rims to go with some M/T tire or more aggressive A/T tires for trail riding.
 

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Not sure yet! I love going the aftermarket route on rims/tires but the idea of what for can offer out the gate might change my mind. Doubt it though... ?
 

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I will likely go with BC Forged. Need to wait till theY get an actual Sasquatch Bronco so they can measure up the correct fitment.
 

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Vice versa, keep the 16" steelies on the Base (maybe rattle can satin black) and swap 255 85 16 Cooper AT3 Maxx
 

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I plan on getting aftermarket rims and wheels because I don't want to DD on beadlocks. Just switch them out when I need to.
 

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Man, I was so happy that Ford didn't go over 17". I saw a rendering of a big wheel Bronco and it turned my stomach.
 

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Im toying with the idea of going with a set of after market wheels Black Rhino Gauntlet - 17x8.5 Gloss Black Offset -18.
Can anyone confirm if an offset of 18 will be ok???
(I did a build on interactive garage and these wheels did come up as a fit.)
I may also go with a set of Falken Tires - Wildpeak A/T3W 315/70R17 (35")
Very likely will go with the Westin HDX Xtreme Nerf Step Bars


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I admit, we will have a pavement princess... no shame in it... I live in West Palm... and when you go off road in the area it costs $100's to get it clean after...
Don;t get me wrong, we will take it off road... but at first... until that first heart breaking scratch... it will remain a Pavement princess...LOL

My Jeep has 37" sitting on a 20x12 wheel... I love it. Ride quality is much better than the 17x9 we had before. Less sway on the road at 80mph ( did I say 80 officer? I meant 65mph...lol)

So, 4" lift kit ( as soon as one is available)
set of MasterCraft Courser 37x12.5R20, a nice wide stance 20x12 -44 offset and I am a happy camper.

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I like black wheels, and it’s hard to tell whether people are joking or not, but there is no worse look than having big wheels...like 20s...on a Jeep type vehicle. It ruins it. This isn’t an Escalade.
 

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I admit, we will have a pavement princess... no shame in it... I live in West Palm... and when you go off road in the area it costs $100's to get it clean after...
Don;t get me wrong, we will take it off road... but at first... until that first heart breaking scratch... it will remain a Pavement princess...LOL

My Jeep has 37" sitting on a 20x12 wheel... I love it. Ride quality is much better than the 17x9 we had before. Less sway on the road at 80mph ( did I say 80 officer? I meant 65mph...lol)

So, 4" lift kit ( as soon as one is available)
set of MasterCraft Courser 37x12.5R20, a nice wide stance 20x12 -44 offset and I am a happy camper.

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No thank you.
 

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Hey, if you like the black/dark wheel look, more power to you. I'm in my early 60's and I like a nice chrome or aluminum wheel. The Big Bend comes with the dark grey wheels which for me is better than black, but nowhere near what I really like. So, who plans to purchase aftermarket wheels and keep the factory rubber upon purchase?

Also, as of 7:30am today (July 17th), Tirerack.com is not showing any wheels for the new Bronco. Also, it has a 6 bolt pattern. Wonder if this will cause a delay in getting new wheels to market?

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I am looking to buy 33" for the Base and trying to Trade in the Original Tires 'if' any of the Local Tire Dealers take them, if not Craigslist is always there.
 

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I plan on getting aftermarket rims and wheels because I don't want to DD on beadlocks. Just switch them out when I need to.
Stock wheels are not beadlocks on any package
 
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