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post #1 of 7 Old 01-28-2016, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
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Fuel trophy rims

I'm interested in these rims and wanted to know from anyone who has them on here if the rock ring or Beadlock ring comes off or if it is all part of the rim I want to get the ring color matched to my jeep. I tried to contact fuel but they never responded to any of my emails.

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post #2 of 7 Old 01-28-2016, 02:20 PM
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Im interested in these wheels also....I just did a Google search and went to images and there a cpl pics that show the ring sperate. Please verify for yourself though....
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I doubt you will get much response in the electrical section but I can tell you the rings are part of the rim. ie they do not come off.
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Definitively the wrong section but you have two options for this wheel.

The first is a true beadlock where the ring does in fact come off. I believe these are forged which will make the price north of 800 per wheel.

The other option is a simulated beadlock where the ring is not removable. Directly from their site: "gives the Trophy the look of a removable bead-lock, but it is in fact a one piece wheel."

http://www.fourwheeler.com/product-r.../photo-03.html
http://www.fueloffroad.com/fuel-trophy-n-12.htm


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Sorry my bad I thought I was in a different section. I would move it but I have no idea how to do that. Thanks for the response anyway though I know they had the Beadlock rims but that is out of my price range at this time. Does anyone have the one piece rims I wonder if the fake bolts Come out of the rim that way I could just paint the ring and keep the bolts black.
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Sorry my bad I thought I was in a different section. I would move it but I have no idea how to do that. Thanks for the response anyway though I know they had the Beadlock rims but that is out of my price range at this time. Does anyone have the one piece rims I wonder if the fake bolts Come out of the rim that way I could just paint the ring and keep the bolts black.
Ive had these on a Jeep and on one of my trucks. The bolts do come out and they are very short. You'll want to lock-tite them back in.

Any good powder coater or painter could mask and paint the rings for you if you wanted.

Let me know if you need a quote.

Marcus


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Awesome that's exactly what I wanted to hear thanks Marcus I will contact you when I get the rims thanks.
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