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Check these Purpose-Built Off-Road Wheels by Fifteen52 + Video Review from CARiD

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  1. carid

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    Fifteen52 is well-known in the automotive world for the brand’s dedication to designing and manufacturing best possible wheels for racing and high-performance applications. Today, we introduce the line of purpose-built off-road wheels by Fifteen52. The company’s engineers work closely with some of the world-leading racers, including Ken Block, the Hoonigan Racing team leader and the star of Gymkhana drifting video series.

    Ken helped create the Turbomac HD wheels. He had tested them himself in a real-life situation to make sure they can withstand even the most extreme driving conditions. After the design was approved, all Turmomac HD wheels received Ken Block’s signature skull stamp of approval. Also, the line includes unique Traverse HD and Analog HD models. Check our new video review to learn more about the Fifteen52 wheels of HD Truck Series:



    FIFTEEN52® - TURBOMAC HD Asphalt Black
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    FIFTEEN52® - TURBOMAC HD Carbon Grey
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    FIFTEEN52® - TRAVERSE HD Asphalt Black
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    FIFTEEN52® - TRAVERSE HD Block Bronze
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    FIFTEEN52® - ANALOG HD Asphalt Black
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    FIFTEEN52® - ANALOG HD Slate Grey
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    All wheels are available with 5- and 6-lug nut patterns. Feel free to contact our specialists at 888.978.3395 or via a live chat at CARiD.com to make sure that you get the right fit.
     
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    Not crazy about the fake beadlock designs, but I do think the rest of them look pretty good. Nice to see some designs coming out for people not into the flashy bro-dozer look. Any word on if they'll be releasing these in an eight lug pattern for those of us with grown up trucks?
     
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    How can they call them 'purpose-built off-road wheels'? Fake bead locks...? Posers.
     
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    As a matter of fact, Ken Block himself tweeted about this recently: https://twitter.com/kblock43/status/1138102432658075650
     
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    There is only one flat billed cap douche I may buy wheels from, and that's Tanner Foust.

    I run faux beadlocks, and I am definitely not a poser. Lol, I dont really like any of these Wheels though.
     
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    Gotta get them to the Mall Crawler crowd first to see if they sell
     
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    Yes I noticed your wheels. You are not a poser but the wheels pretending to have big boy pants on are the posers.
    I mean the wheels not the owners...

    Like the Tacomas with the fake air scoop on the hood...
     
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    Lol, I knew exactly what you ment. Lots of them starting to show up around here.
     
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    Why don't you guys make real, functional, light weight and highway legal rim lock wheels? Come on you can do it.

    Does Block buy these rims from you guys? I would bet 'no'.
     
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    You know, we don't really make wheels, but we do sell them :deal:
    If you are looking for the beadlock wheels Fifteen52 is just not for you. Method race wheels would be the right way to go though: https://www.carid.com/method-race-wheels/ they are all out off-road wheels and I do believe they have some 8 lug versions.

    As for the Fifteen52's IMO their strongest feature is the design. They do try to make things differently and you were right, Tacoma and Jeep owners were super excited about them, so I just wanted to share them with you guys and get the feed back.
    Ok ok, no Fifteen52s for GMSquarebody ;)
     

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