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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 05-15-2009, 03:08 PM Thread Starter
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anyone know what type of wheels these are

I found this commander on car domain. I like the wheels anyone know what brand they are etc...tires look good as well. Does anyone know whos commander this might be on the forum.

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Phunkeydude has wheels like that I think, but that is not his rig.



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They look like regular old steel wheels. I had some on my Cherokee like these.
http://www.quadratec.com/products/92600_2XX_B_PG.htm

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Those are just black "steel" wheels or "wagon wheels" as everyone in the south would call them in the 1980's before there were millions of rim companies. They are still cool and some of the cheapest you can buy. If you google it you will probably find them under "steel wheels". These rims are commonly used on boat trailers also. Check out this link. http://www.roughcountry.com/black_wheels.html

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They look like basic American Racing steel wheels. Steelies are great for wheeling since they can take a lot of abuse, are cheap to replace, don't have the balance issues that some nicer wheels have, and you don't care if they get nicked or scratched. Never seen them on an XK before, they don't look too bad, but I'm still going for the AEV's the next time around!

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They are American Racing AR767 Gloss Black Wheels found on page 3

http://www.americanracing.com/browse_ar.asp




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What would have come with these type wheels? Thats the reasonthe "steelies" are so cheap is you can go to the junk yard and pull off hubcaps and buy them off the junker. What would have come with steelies that would fit our XK

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What would have come with these type wheels? Thats the reasonthe "steelies" are so cheap is you can go to the junk yard and pull off hubcaps and buy them off the junker. What would have come with steelies that would fit our XK

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I think im confused now and im not sure what your asking. That particular wheel didn't come stock on any vehicle. The individual just bought them with the bolt pattern that fits a Commander. They are American Racing wheels.




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I think he is thinking of the stock steel wheels that a lot of imports come with. These are not "stock" steel wheels as stated above.

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What would have come with these type wheels? Thats the reasonthe "steelies" are so cheap is you can go to the junk yard and pull off hubcaps and buy them off the junker. What would have come with steelies that would fit our XK

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I think you are missing it..... "steelies" refers to the metal that they are made of "steel". Not "stealies" like they are stolen from another vehicle.
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