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post #1 of 11 Old 05-09-2019, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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Best US Made Forged Beadlocks

Who makes the best American Made Forged beadlocks?

I am thinking about the Raceline Revolver or the Trail Ready Forged beadlocks.



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post #2 of 11 Old 05-09-2019, 05:57 PM
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i've had a thing for the Raceline Liberator RT180 BLs which are forged /US...





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Hutchinson Rock monster.

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Im partial to the Walker Evans. Not sure if they are made in USA though.
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Hutchinson Rock monster.
Agreed , Best is subjective .

Read some more and decide , I run Hutchies . They are the best for me . They may not be the best for you .

And they ain't cheap either .
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I've been running the Racelines for over a year now. Not one tire looses any pressure or bolts loose. Running some serious hardcare trails with lots of rock rash on the rings but zero issues. I believe this has a lot to do with the wheel machined well and no thread inserts.

Like any paint job, beadlocks are all about the prep. Take your time and do it properly.


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Agreed , Best is subjective .

Read some more and decide , I run Hutchies . They are the best for me . They may not be the best for you .

And they ain't cheap either .
Best is subjective...and MilSpec compliance leaves every other wheel MFG out of the Hutchinson equation.
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Hutchinson Rock monster.
While those are good wheels, he is asking about forged wheels. If Hutchinson made the backspace I needed, they are what I would have went with.
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OP, why forged?
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They are better! The internet says so.

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