Polished Aluminum Alloy Rims or Chrome Plated Alloy rims
I never heard of chome plated aluminum alloy rims but i know i want aluminum and chromed sounds even better, any reason why not to get the chromed alloy rims and just get polished... price is not an issue.
1990 Jeep Cherokee Laredo
NP242 Transfer case
Dana 30 front, 35 custom rear differentials
RE 4.5" Lift
32x11.50 BFGoodRich M/T KM's
American Eagle 058 Polished Aluminum Wheels, 3.63" BS.
Grand Cherokee Rear Disc Brake setup
Custom Downpipe W/ Cat Removed.
Dynomax Super Turbo Muffler.
Surco Roof Rack
I would go chrome instead of polished aluminum. I had my wheels polished on my CBR900RR and it looked great for about a month, then got duller and duller. You HAVE to stay on top of polished aluminum(buffing,polishing) or they will dull out. Chrome is much easier to clean.
Yeah.......raw polished aluminum sucks to keep up.
I had a set of Boyds wheels once, and I was inthe parkinglot once a month polishing them! Once the aluminum gets bad and dull, its a PITA to get back nice again!
I had a set of Boyds once, too. Definitely nice when new, but a lot of work to keep clean in the long wrong. I had a set of polished aluminum Hellcats on my last truck (for about 7 yrs) and after that long they, unfortunately, looked terrible! Course all the rock rash didn't help them either!
Even a blind squirrel gets a nut every now and then...