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Unread 04-08-2013, 09:38 AM   #1
GCSahara
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Wrangler Sahara Unltd. 2011. Each conversation I have mentions another brand of rams that's supposed to be the "best"...any recommendations and/or which to avoid?

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Unread 04-08-2013, 11:35 AM   #2
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Avoid steel wheels, Worst thing i ever put on my jeep. Just go with a good alloy. The "best" is to each his own, If you have the money walker evens wheels are the best IMO. AEV makes a high dollar one as well.

Too many wheel companys around anymore and all seem to be the same along with looks. But to be safe, Stick with american racing or eagle they have been around for along time, They hold up and the price is fair.
But in the end you have to look at them, So buy a wheel you like and be done. Good luck
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Wrangler Sahara Unltd. 2011. Each conversation I have mentions another brand of rams that's supposed to be the "best"...any recommendations and/or which to avoid?

GCSahara,

When it comes to wheels, there are thousands of choices out there. As for what brands are a good brand compared to another, that comes down to you.

What size, style, tire size are you looking to run? You can go out and ask a guy who has a lifted and locked buggy what wheels he likes, and you'll get a totally different answer from someone who uses their Jeep to go camping once a month.

Pro-Comp, Black Rock, and Rugged Ridge make a good wheel for the weekend wheeler/daily driver type rigs. Be sure to check out our full line of Wheels we offer.

Let me know if you have any other questions!

-Zach
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