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Old 17th December 2008, 21:59   #181
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. The classic 3 spoke 'rally' design on 15" is available for 4K. I just got a quote from a dealer. Available in 7J and 8.5J

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Can please post some pics or a link for the images of that 3 spoke rally 15" wheels.

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Old 18th December 2008, 07:08   #182
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Hi Khan, Can please post some pics or a link for the images of that 3 spoke rally 15" wheels. ...
Here you go sir. Too bad that these days they do all this black finish and not the original silver finish.

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Here you go sir. Too bad that these days they do all this black finish and not the original silver finish.
Are they lighter then the original rims?
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Old 22nd December 2008, 15:04   #184
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Are they lighter then the original rims?
I don't have any idea on that front my friend. I have just seen the pictures and not the actual alloys in person.
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I don't have any idea on that front my friend. I have just seen the pictures and not the actual alloys in person.
Oh ok buddy . They do "look" heavy though. With mud stuck on those changing one in the middle of no where would be a pain.
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(Got these delivered today -- after 8 days of frustrating wait

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Will have to wait for getting them fitted -- after I am back from the GQ drive.

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Here you go sir. Too bad that these days they do all this black finish and not the original silver finish.

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Hi Khan,

Thanks for the pics. It looks nice and cost also not so bad (4K per piece) From where do you got that quote for it, Bglore? Is it an Indian or an imported? Ofcourse the jeep will looks so cool and superb with those wheels and Maxxis as well.

Why don't you post an un-wrapper pics of those Maxxis?? What about the price there?

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(Got these delivered today -- after 8 days of frustrating wait

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Will have to wait for getting them fitted -- after I am back from the GQ drive.
Goodie goodie. rmonie's gypsy had these trepador tires right?
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..Why don't you post an un-wrapper pics of those Maxxis??
Here you go.

The Offroad Rims & Tyres Thread-img_0577.jpg

Also, I haven't bought the Wheels as yet and don't plan to do so either. These tyres will be going on to stock rims.

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Goodie goodie. rmonie's gypsy had these trepador tires right?
Yeah. I think so. BTW, where did that thread disappear? Can't seem to find it anymore on t-bhp.
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Really Nice Shahnawaz.

Happy offroading once you have these on.

Cheers !!!!!!!
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Also, I haven't bought the Wheels as yet and don't plan to do so either. These tyres will be going on to stock rims.
Are these directional tyres? How much did you pay for thesee?
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Excellent pattern Khan! I saw the same model and some other good patterns too in tyre shopes here in Riyadh.

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Are these directional tyres? How much did you pay for thesee?
Yes. These are directional tyres and there is an 'arrow mark' on the sidewalls pointing towards the desired direction of rotation.

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Checked a lot of reviews on the M8060, apparently these are decent on road too apart from being excellent on mud and fantastic on trails.
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That's some aggressive pattern K_S. I am sure it will shine in Muck also. Guys beware, do not follow K_S on Mud terrains, you will get a nice Mud Bath. These are self cleaning tyres.

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