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post #1 of 23 Old 03-26-2014, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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New Wheels - Great Service Shoutout!

I finally decided to pull the trigger on some new wheels and after checking around, I decided to go with a company that one of our fellow members works for...

A big shout out and thank you to AppSt59Dave at RimzOne. I ordered my wheels last night and I just got a call a few minutes ago to let me know my wheels were delivered! That is probably some of the fastest service I have had in a while! Dave took great care of me on top of that!

Thank you for exceeding my expectations!

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post #2 of 23 Old 03-26-2014, 12:01 PM
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No problem sir! Enjoy and shoot me some pics once installed. I have been wanting a grey/graphite wheel for my JKU for years and have never pulled the trigger...they look just like my Methods so I may have to copy you!

'12 JKU, 3.5", D44 front swap w/ OX & 5.13s. CMM & Rimz One Built.
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post #3 of 23 Old 03-26-2014, 12:32 PM
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What you go with, Chris? You getting some 37's too??

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What you go with, Chris? You getting some 37's too??

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I went with a set of Eagle Alloy Series 012 in Graphite. Sharp looking wheel, kind of has a textured matte grey look with black oxide simulock bolts. Definitely a departure from the typical wheel finishes you see. No tires planned yet, my money is tied up in a bigger project right now, but I wanted to update the look of my Jeep a little.
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Looks alot like Methods. I live the finish


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Looks alot like Methods. I live the finish
I told Rubiconqueered last night that it looks like a Double Standard humped a Standard and had a good looking kid.

These will fit the bill for my build perfectly, still planning on 35's max dia. tires and a 1.5 to 2.5 lift with arms in the future.

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nice!
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I have to say, these are great looking wheels! Should be getting them installed over the weekend.


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That is a good looking wheel, not the same ole same ole. Good call.

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Thanks you sir!

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Had no idea when I bought them, but this means a lot to me.


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Well, they're on! I love the way the graphite looks against the copper. I am definitely on the war path for bigger tires, but we're trying to buy a house, so my war path may take me through a few villages, across a river or two, into a few different countries, and I may have to respawn after I buy them and the Wife snipes me from a grassy knoll near the tire shop.

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Wow! Those look really good!


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X2. Jeep looks great!

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Great choice!
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The graphite looks great!

Wear those meats out before you go bigger. You'll get less grief from the boss.

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Thanks guys!

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Awesome wheels!
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Have you shipped my radio yet? LOL

Looks great man!


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Thank you!

Marcus, I decided to keep it and use it on my mountain bike.

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post #22 of 23 Old 04-07-2014, 03:22 PM
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i really like those wheels. The finish is spot on. It looks really nice bolted up. I like the method nv machined but these are tempting.
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Damn, Chris! Those look great man!!!

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