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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-29-2013, 10:42 AM Thread Starter
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Who Makes this Wheel?

I have been trying to find who makes these rims. They are very light and came with a set of 44" boggers. Any Help would be greatly appreciated!
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Is there any logo on the bead lock? Champion converts a lot of wheels to bead lock.
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These do appear to be modified to beadlocks. I have two that are none beadlock also with no identifiers of any type on them. One has a bent flange and I would love to replace but have no idea who makes them. they remind me of a fourwheeler style construction like i had on my Banshee. The flange is made of layers of aluminum as oppsed to one thick piece.
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You can probably have that wheel straightened.

If you're not living on the edge you're taking up too much space!
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I have it over at the shop now attempting to get it straightened. When i stopped in yesturday they had it close but not really sure how close is close enough for a mud truck!
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