Jeep Gambler Reviews, Ratings, Specs & Prices
Average Price: $50.75
Factory made 15 X 8 wheels from the late 80's(?)-early 90's. Five large holes in a pentagonal pattern on an otherwise smooth aluminum surface, rivets all around the inside lip of the rim.
$200.00 Price: Nice Aluminum Factory rims Pros: rust on drum shows..need to paint em Cons: Yes Recommended?
I like em Comments:
$1.00 Price: Simple, classic bullet-hole design Pros: NONE Cons: Yes Recommended?
These wheels came stock on my Sahara. I would've been looking for some to put on it if they hadn't already been on there. Comments:
This is a sharp wheel and I love the big bullet-hole design. I've always thought this was the best looking Jeep factory wheel.
I'm running 33x10.50 BFG KMs on mine.
$1.00 Price: Looks and strength Pros: none Cons: Yes Recommended?
It's the strongest of the jeep wheels, and It's the best. Even though it's the most expensive wheel option, it's worth it. It looks wicked awesome..I clean mine every few weeks to keep the shine... Comments:
04-06-2009, 08:59 PM Jeep Gambler
Came on the ride - balance really well, but look a little foolish w/ anything larger than the 30x9.5 stock shoes!!! Comments:
12-17-2008, 08:05 PM Jeep Gambler
These were a factory option on my Jeep as part of the 30" tire option package. Nice wheels! Comments:
09-22-2008, 04:23 PM Jeep Gambler
Good till I get soft 8's then there for sale unless I have two sets of tires Comments:
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