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ProComp 7069

How durable are the 7069s? The outer,lip seems thin in the pictures that I can find. Also, and maybe it's me, I can't seem to find any pics of the procomps with 37s or larger on them.

I actually am looking for a wheel that is light weight. Is there anything lighter than the 7069 worth considering?

Not looking for beadlocks.
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Thats what I run.. in a 15"

35x12.5x15 Mtr/k

I air them down to just over ten pounds to wheel. Never lost a bead or burped air. The edges have taken some abuse and a rashed pretty much all the way around on all four wheels, but they have help up fine for a cheap aluminum wheel in my opinion.

I thogh they would not have lasted like they have !

I can post some pics if you would like

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I was thinking to downsize on the rim size as well but 37" MTRs do not seem to be available in anything smaller than a 17" rim.
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Oh and please do post some pics.
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I was thinking to downsize on the rim size as well but 37" MTRs do not seem to be available in anything smaller than a 17" rim.
Rare to find any 37s in smaller than 17s. Toyo makes a 37 14.50 15 MTs but other than that you are stuck with Swampers and the like.
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here are a few pics.







and they are not advertised as much, but there are options for a 37and bigger in a 15 !

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