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16x10 wheels for JK

Does anyone know of any 16x10 Black alloy wheels for a JK other than Pro Comp?

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I have a set of 16x10's in a 5 on 5 pattern...there aren't too many options out there at all..I ended up with a set of polished pro comps in the design I liked and had them powdercoated.

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I have a set of 16x10's in a 5 on 5 pattern...there aren't too many options out there at all..I ended up with a set of polished pro comps in the design I liked and had them powdercoated.

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I was surprised to see KMC didn't have anything. Why do you want that size. It seems that if you are starting with the wheel, you can start over with a more common size.
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You know that a 17" wheel will give you a lot more tire options. This is coming from a guy that runs 15" wheels.
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I was surprised to see KMC didn't have anything. Why do you want that size. It seems that if you are starting with the wheel, you can start over with a more common size.
Some of the military take off require that size. Maybe he's looking to run Micheline XML's

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I was surprised to see KMC didn't have anything. Why do you want that size. It seems that if you are starting with the wheel, you can start over with a more common size.
I found a set of these 1069's sitting at a local wheel shop for $70 a wheel. After sandblasting and powdercoating it came to $105 a wheel. I had been eyeing the 365 KM2 for the price and was able to talk down the price on the km2's a bit more so I pulled the trigger. So i basically have the 38x14.50 km2 mounted on a 16...so reason was cost...

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i did double check other tire options...interco makes there irock radial in a 41x16 so if i do decide to swap out sometime...the 41 or another set of 365's will prob be my option. I dont forsee the jeep running smaller than 37's..if so i guess ill be making a swap.




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I found a set of these 1069's sitting at a local wheel shop for $70 a wheel. After sandblasting and powdercoating it came to $105 a wheel. I had been eyeing the 365 KM2 for the price and was able to talk down the price on the km2's a bit more so I pulled the trigger. So i basically have the 38x14.50 km2 mounted on a 16...so reason was cost...

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My reasoning for the wheels is the same as you mentioned to run the 365 KM2's

2011 4DR Rubi
rugged ridge fenders
38" KM2's on Pro Comp wheels
5.38 gears, Frt and Rear Ten Factory Axle shafts
2.5 RK Max Travel w/ Bilsten 5160's & 1.25 in body lift
c gussets, G2 Diff covers, & Poly Ball Joints
Metal Cloak stinger frt bpr w/ warn winch
Road Armor Rr Bpr

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35" KM2's, XD Rockstar wheels, Tiregate, 2" lift, Frt lightbar
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My reasoning for the wheels is the same as you mentioned to run the 365 KM2's
Why not run a narrower wheel. 10" is pretty fat, even for those.
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Why not run a narrower wheel. 10" is pretty fat, even for those.
You think 8" would be too narrow for the 365s?

They are supposed to measure 14" wide. In that respect a 10" wheel isn't so bad.

And I have no clue where you could find a 16x9 wheel. I've been toying with the idea of mounting the 365s on my current 16x8s. I know poor mans beadlocks are wide tires on narrow wheels, but this width combo might be pushing it as far as being very hard to balance and needing to run really low pressure on the street to ride correctly.

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Im running the km2's 345's on a 16x8. IMO that's the widest tire I'd wanna run on an 8.




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You think 8" would be too narrow for the 365s?
My bad. For some odd reason, I thought you had 345s. Yea, I think you might be stuck with ProComps for 5x5, unless you want to try the ATX in 16x9.
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I run those ProComp 16x10s and love them! I also got the trim ring to change up a very common wheel. The tires I chose were the Good-Year DuraTracs and am totally pleased with them as a daily driver.

This pics wasn't supposed to be of the tire and wheel, but it's pretty clear. I know you were asking for alternatives, but to me as soon as I added the trim ring - it gave a TOTALLY different look.

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black rock makes some in a 16x10 but i think in steel only.
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Youll need a backspacing of 3.5" or less if you plan on running a 14.5" width tire on the.....


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My reasoning for the wheels is the same as you mentioned to run the 365 KM2's

Hey, could I see some pics of those 38's??

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