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Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Wheels & Tires Forum [GEN 1]' started by raulsterXDozer, Jul 4, 2017.

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    awww man. bad timing i asked bout those last week and people said they couldn't get forge machine time to make them and was snake oil... so i bought rotiforms.
     
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    RDFTS aka Rick Supporting Member

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    So $800 a wheel (with center cap and beadlock ring) and group buy would be $680 each plus shipping?

    DOT or non-DOT? I assume non but doesn't hurt to ask.
    Warranty?
     
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    Wouldn't it be nice if they came back and said DOT approved! We can dream.
     
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    Yes, almost like buy 5, get the 6th free.

    Many states have laws against "multi piece" wheel usage on the street however we have not heard of anyone being cited. Our wheels do not have a dot approval are are intended for offroad & racing use only. Keep in mind many aftermarket car wheels are 2 piece bolt together which is possibly why the rules are overlooked. Consult your local law enforcement for specific laws in your area. Due to the abusive nature of offroading we warranty our wheels against manufacturing defects only but any damage will be reviewed and possible replacement can be issued.
     
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    I am interested! Can we get more information regarding the weight of each wheel (with beadlock hardware and ring) and what the offset and hub bore measurements are?

    Way to go ROC for setting this up!
     
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    That's what I get for being impatient.... 15% off is a good deal. I pick my set up Friday.
     
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    Just do it! Lol

    5.0"BS / 0 offset
    4.5"BS / -12 offset

    Wheel Hub Bore: 4.260"
    Standard Billet center cap back bore 4.00" (not hub centric, acts as a hub bore reducer)

    Optional HubCentric Billet Center cap back bore 87.1mm (although most vehicles are not hub centric some customers have requested these)

    Beadlock Wheel only: 30.1lbs
    Beadlock ring & bolts: 3.6lbs
     
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    Thanks for the quick response! I had a few more questions:
    • Is there a recommended backspace and offset for the Raptor (assuming 35x12.5 tires)?
    • Is there any reason why someone would prefer to go with a centercap that was not hub-centric?
    • I have been told that beadlock wheels are usually designed for a specific brand tire bead. I see a lot of BFG Baja's in the pics. Would you expect any inconveniences using Toyo MTs?
    • With the raw machined wheels, are they protected in anyway or are they just raw metal?

    Thanks again for the info!
     
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    You can email them for any information you need [email protected]

    They've been super responsive and polite!
     

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