GEN 3 Official Aftermarket Wheels Thread

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Yes, AMB. Will post pics whenever I get them mounted — my shop of choice just quoted me $750 to install them…. no thanks. PM FP Forged (Justin). They’re not cheap compared to Method or other cast wheels, but VERY good pricing compared to any other forged wheel.
What in the AF? How are they justifying $750 to mount tires and balance?
 

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Yes, AMB. Will post pics whenever I get them mounted — my shop of choice just quoted me $750 to install them…. no thanks. PM FP Forged (Justin). They’re not cheap compared to Method or other cast wheels, but VERY good pricing compared to any other forged wheel.
Ouch! A cheaper way to get them installed would be to remove the rings, get them mounted and balanced without the rings and then install the rings yourself. Only issue with this is you may have to rebalance after installing the rings. I've swapped mine out without a re-balance but you never know. The bolts are tedious but not $750 tedious lol. I had a shop do mine for $100.
 

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Ouch! A cheaper way to get them installed would be to remove the rings, get them mounted and balanced without the rings and then install the rings yourself. Only issue with this is you may have to rebalance after installing the rings. I've swapped mine out without a re-balance but you never know. The bolts are tedious but not $750 tedious lol. I had a shop do mine for $100.
This will blow your mind... $750 was without removing the rings! He said they have some "similar wheels without taking the rings off many times, but it's hard."
 

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This will blow your mind... $750 was without removing the rings! He said they have some "similar wheels without taking the rings off many times, but it's hard."
That’s a “we don’t want this job” price. They probably know they weren’t cheap, and a replacement would take 8-12 weeks to get if they did damage it. Hard pass
 

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You will have some rubbing at stock height on a 35" truck. 1" springs or 1.5" collars will solve the issues, or you can do some trimming.

If you have a 37PP or R, they will fit at stock height.

So will the stance on a 9" wheel with +0 offset be roughly the same as a 9.5" wheel with +15 offset?

Anyone have any pictures of what the SD profile looks like on a 18" diameter wheel?

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