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post #1 of 5 Old 06-10-2019, 12:30 PM Thread Starter
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New 3 Piece Beadlocks - Recommendations?

Hey folks... I am looking for a new set of 3 piece beadlocks for my stock D44's.

I have a set of 3 piece beadlocks on my mil surplus vehicle. They are 8 lugs on 14 bolt rear and D60 up front. I would love to find a set that would fit on the JK without having to do a 1 ton swap.

The mil-spec wheels have no branding and I have been all over Google for at least a week and I can't find a single 3 piece that will fit the JK. I am hoping someone may be running a set that can point me in the right direction.

Any help would be much appreciated.


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Awesome... Looks like they offer a direct bolt-on. I guess I didn't find them because I was not using DOD Beadlock as search criteria, but 3 piece beadlocks.

I appreciate the lead.


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Trailworthy Fab?

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I got a few PM's about them, too. Looks like Trail Worthy Fab is going to be the way to go. Of all the recommendation so far, their price is the highest, but everyone speaks very highly of them and their work looks awesome. I appreciate the heads-up.


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