Wheels provide more than just a place to spin a tire. They keep your rig connected to the pavement and the trail. Without a durable set of wheels, your rig isn't going anywhere. Oversized tires often need a new set of wheels to accompany them and prevent rubbing on the vehicle. 4 Wheel Parts partnered with Trail Master Wheels to give you an exceptional variety of wheels at an affordable price.
Variety and Style You Want
Trail Master offers their wheels in a variety of styles. Whether you are looking for steel or alloy wheels, they have both in colors you want to show off. The TM9s offer a stable 9” wheel that can fit most oversized tires and not rub on the vehicle. Satin black gives any 4x4 a touch of class while cruising down the road. Give your rig a style make-over while still getting the durable wheels you need to tackle nature's obstacles.
Experience You Need
Thirty years of experience has made Trail Master one of the
names in off-roading suspension. Their wheels are just as fitting for your off-road lifestyle. They design their product to handle the most rugged terrain nature has to offer. Whether you're looking for high-quality, durable suspension systems or a new set of wheels to get you from the street to the trail, Trail Master offers what you need.
Trail Master Authorized Dealer
As an authorized dealer, 4WheelParts.com offers all the Trail Master style wheels that you need for your rig. We have the sizes, style and look you want in stock and ready to order. Our convenient online ordering system gives you what you want with a click of a mouse. We offer the same affordable prices as the dealer and ship the wheels right to your door. Or visit one of our 79 locations to pick up your new wheels. Nature is calling, is your rig ready?Helpful Wheels Articles
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