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Replacement Beadlock rings

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by drewp, Feb 16, 2014.

  1. drewp

    drewp [OP] Well-Known Member

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    About a month ago I replaced my stock wheels with the TRD "beadlock" style in black. I like the look. I was thinking I'd like to see how the set-up looks with a black ring. I know I can take off the rings and run this way BUT I do like the look of the rings. I don't want to commit to painting/finishing my original polished rings in black. In my search, I've found TRD replacement rings can run about $100/ring! Any source for an aftermarket ring that will fit? Thanks. I did do a search first.
     
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  3. drewp

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    Yea, I thought of that but I thought if I ever wanted to sell the set, a buyer might want the original polished AND I don't think dippin them as a final option will stand up to real road conditions. I just thought that since they're strictly for looks (ie not functional) that a cheap replacement ring could be had.
     
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