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Truck and Jeep Parts Home » Wheels » Wheels » Method Race Wheels NV, 18x9 with 5 on 150 Bolt Pattern - Matte Black - MR30589058525

Method Race Wheels NV, 18x9 with 5 on 150 Bolt Pattern - Matte Black - MR30589058525

Method Race Wheels | Part Number: MRWMR30589058525
Part Number: MRWMR30589058525
  • Technical Details

    • Wheel Size: 18x9
    • Bolt Pattern: 5 on 150
    • Offset: 25
    • Back Space: 6
    • Hub Bore: 110
    • Wheel Weight: 31.1
    • Max Load: 2500
    • Finish: Matte Black
    • Center Cap: MRW1717B127-S1

Method Race Wheels was created to give to the off road racing community a wheel company that makes wheels specifically for their sport. Every wheel is engineered and designed for it's intended use, having been thru numerous Finite Element Analysis and field tests. Method Race Wheels have been developed to minimize weight and increase strength. The result is a wheel that is Lighter, Stronger, Faster.

FitmentWheel DiameterWheel WidthBolt PatternStyleFinishConstruction
Universal Fit18 Inches9 Inches5 on 150NVBlackAluminum

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    "I am wondering about the max load of 2,100 lbs. I drive a Sequoia that weighs about 6,200 lbs. 8,400 - 6,200 = 2,200 lbs If I have 8 adults in vehicle and i am towing a 21foot boat, will these rims be adequate?"
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