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Yes they appear to be removable.

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Nice. I know these aren't actual beadlocks, but I'm wondering if the beadlock ring is removable? I'd like to be able to take it off to paint it. OP, please feel free to chime in. Thanks
The ring itself is not. The bolts are removable though. We've had the flange powder coated. We take the bolts out and the powder coated tapes the wheel face off. Typically runs $50-60 per wheel.
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I stand corrected .

Good to know,

I was thinking added plus for these, was if I ever scraped up a rim , that would be easy to fix by just replacing the ring.

I am guessing then that the Fuel Trophy is the same way, I have those on my Land Cruiser?

2016 Colorado Dmax 4x4 White LT
Mods:
Icon Stage V Suspension
1" rear lift blocks
Fuel Black Anza 18x8 Rims
Toyo Open County AT 285/60/18 tires
Duramax Tuner tune and Trans tune
Drop in bed liner and rubber Chevy mat
Black bow ties
Black OEM fender flairs
Custom built lighted headache rack and rails
Westin Brute crossover tool box


Other vehicles:
2015 Ram 2500 CTD 4x4 White Laramie
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I stand corrected .

Good to know,

I was thinking added plus for these, was if I ever scraped up a rim , that would be easy to fix by just replacing the ring.

I am guessing then that the Fuel Trophy is the same way, I have those on my Land Cruiser?
Yeah they're part of the mold. There aren't any wheels I know of with removable rings that fit the twins.
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New 17x9 -12 wheel available for those of you needing 4.5" backspace for your lifted trucks. The wheel is matte black with removable gloss black inserts. Limited availability right now but there are a few sets in stock.
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Yeah they're part of the mold. There aren't any wheels I know of with removable rings that fit the twins.
Do you know of any with removable rings that could be custom drilled for the twins?

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I'm officially going to be an outlaw running chrome wheels! It's like they don't exist any longer!

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What TPMS sensors are you guys running on your aftermarket wheels?

I wanna keep the original sensors in the factory wheels which I'll most likely use for winter only tires later.

RockAuto has OEM AC/Delco sensors for my '16 Canyon for about $37 ea.

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What TPMS sensors are you guys running on your aftermarket wheels?



I wanna keep the original sensors in the factory wheels which I'll most likely use for winter only tires later.



RockAuto has OEM AC/Delco sensors for my '16 Canyon for about $37 ea.



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I bought a used OEM set on eBay for $40 for all 4 and they work just fine


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Do you know of any with removable rings that could be custom drilled for the twins?
The company OMF will build one that will bolt on to the Anza. I've seen them do it before.

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@CUSTOMWHEELS4U Do you happen to know, or stock lugs/locking sets that accommodate the Fuel Vectors for our bolt pattern?
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@CUSTOMWHEELS4U Do you happen to know, or stock lugs/locking sets that accommodate the Fuel Vectors for our bolt pattern?

We do. They're the spline style lug that uses a key.
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Do you have any shorter black lugs then spline type?
My studies have the starter nubs cut off for running spacers which with my current setup I found that I no longer needed the spacers.
I think my wheels might take on a little deeper look to them if the lug nuts were not sticking out as far as the spline type do.

My lug nut are currently sticking out about as far as the center cap mane slightly past the center caps.

I am thinking possibly a shorter acorn style might do the trick.

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Mods:
Icon Stage V Suspension
1" rear lift blocks
Fuel Black Anza 18x8 Rims
Toyo Open County AT 285/60/18 tires
Duramax Tuner tune and Trans tune
Drop in bed liner and rubber Chevy mat
Black bow ties
Black OEM fender flairs
Custom built lighted headache rack and rails
Westin Brute crossover tool box


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Do you have any shorter black lugs then spline type?
My studies have the starter nubs cut off for running spacers which with my current setup I found that I no longer needed the spacers.
I think my wheels might take on a little deeper look to them if the lug nuts were not sticking out as far as the spline type do.

My lug nut are currently sticking out about as far as the center cap mane slightly past the center caps.

I am thinking possibly a shorter acorn style might do the trick.
Yours are 1.9" tall. I don't stock them but I access to the same spline style lug but 1.38" tall. We usually don't stock them due to some of the fitment issues we had with other trucks. But if you trimmed the nubs off they'd probably work for you.
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Yours are 1.9" tall. I don't stock them but I access to the same spline style lug but 1.38" tall. We usually don't stock them due to some of the fitment issues we had with other trucks. But if you trimmed the nubs off they'd probably work for you.
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Mods:
Icon Stage V Suspension
1" rear lift blocks
Fuel Black Anza 18x8 Rims
Toyo Open County AT 285/60/18 tires
Duramax Tuner tune and Trans tune
Drop in bed liner and rubber Chevy mat
Black bow ties
Black OEM fender flairs
Custom built lighted headache rack and rails
Westin Brute crossover tool box


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2011 Toyota Land Cruiser 4x4 White

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Any update on the GD7s in the gold/bronze?
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Any update on the GD7s in the gold/bronze?

They've came in. A lot of them sold really quick. The only blanks left are 17x9 +15 for now.
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They've came in. A lot of them sold really quick. The only blanks left are 17x9 +15 for now.
Thanks for the fast reply.

Did you happen to snag any "real life" pictures? I'm trying to get an idea of what these look like in a non professional photo setting before pulling the trigger
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Thanks for the fast reply.

Did you happen to snag any "real life" pictures? I'm trying to get an idea of what these look like in a non professional photo setting before pulling the trigger
I didn't since they ship direct from GRID after being drilled. I'll check with some of my customers and see what they can do for pics.
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