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If you could keep your current wheel and tire and add a weldon 32bolt beadlock to it fo $60-$70 would you ?
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$60-70 for a set of 4?


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yea, what he said!!
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No that s per wheel considering new GOOD 32 bolt beadlocks are usaully in the $185-$300 range,, So if your wheels cost originaly 30-50 you are getting a total after the fact of a $120 beadlock, Instead of shelling new cash for a new setup..
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There is a race shop here in town that can do those. I don't know what bolt pattern they are but they are completely weld on beadlocks. Last time I spoke with them they wanted 200.00 for all 4 and them welding them on included.
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Are they the thin 1/8" rings, if that the case those can be had fairly cheap through summit, These are full 1/4" thick.. no knocking just wondering
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these are what I have. I think they were a good deal. 32 bolts, 1/4" steel.
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Very similair heres the ones we will be doing
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I think it is rad you are getting into this... I can't do it though only because I have Stazworks double beadlock rings and hummer wheels... but I would recommend them if you made them. You're going to give Scott at Rockstomper a serious run for his money with those!

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Thats kind of the idea, not running anyone out of buis just letting people take notice of an alternative...
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