Trail Runner Classic Steel Wheels from Rugged Ridge were designed as an upgrade from ordinary steel wheels
Five retro-style kidney shaped holes
Durable gloss black finish
These wheels are tough enough to withstand trail duty
True to definition, hub-centric construction ensures the wheel is precisely centered on the axle, minimizing stress on wheel studs, and eliminating the added road vibration common with non-hub-centric designs
All Rugged Ridge wheels are engineered, tested and certified to meet and exceed the strenuous SAE J2530 standards for wheel strength and durability
Where would you be without your Jeep wheels? The answer is probably at home, on your couch. Without a good set of wheels on your side, you'd be stranded and unable to go on any of those off-roading adventures you've become used to, or even unable to go to the store or out with friends when you need to. Fortunately, with us on your side, you'll never need to worry about becoming wheel-less being an issue. We offer the best SUV wheels, truck wheels and Jeep wheels for the lowest prices out there.
Steel vs. Alloy
One of the biggest issues for the modern driver choosing new wheels is deciding between steel wheels or wheels made from alloy. The key to making the right decision is, of course, knowing what each has to offer. Steel wheels are much heavier than their alloy counterparts, and provide rides with a heavier “unsprung” weight. This allows them to drive more like a tank, and they're able to handle rougher terrain without becoming overbalanced.
On the other hand, alloy wheels for truck (usually made from toughened aluminum) are much lighter, making them ideal for speed builds. Less weight means better acceleration and faster speeds, making them hard to beat in a race. The lighter materials can also be sculpted into more intricate styles, allowing for closer vehicle customization.
Racing or Off-Road?
Again, each type of wheels has its advantages, and which one you should choose depends entirely on how they're going to be used. Off-road wheels feature stronger treads, and are built for handling the rough terrain off-roaders encounter when they go off the beaten path. Racing tires are built light to promote speed, but wouldn't handle the boulders and ragged roads of off-roading.
Better Prices, Guaranteed
When you make up your mind on which Jeep Wrangler wheels are right for your ride, shop with us at 4WheelParts.com to get the best parts at the best prices around. Using our hardware low-price guarantee, we'll match any better deal you find within 90 days of your purchase, so you never need to worry about overspending on your upgrades.