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What color are they? The pic of the FJ has bad lighting and I can't tell if the pics of the wheels are color or not.
 

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maje some matte black ones and I'm totally in :)
 

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Brute, those are some nice wheels and really like "deep dish" or recessed centers. IMHO, I'd just change spokes to matte black, leaving the "rivets" alone to give a little contrast.....or reverse colors on spokes to have matte black, mostly, with same size chrome strip as black is now? Can anybody photoshop these 2 options?

Presume they are cast, not forged" Forged would be expensive; but would save a lot of "unsprung weight", huge difference in handling! For example, the stock 18" cast wheels on my 2000 Ford Lightning weighed 55 lbs ea.
The 20" Boze forged wheels only weighed 35 lbs ea.!
 

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Brute, those are some nice wheels and really like "deep dish" or recessed centers. IMHO, I'd just change spokes to matte black, leaving the "rivets" alone to give a little contrast.....or reverse colors on spokes to have matte black, mostly, with same size chrome strip as black is now? Can anybody photoshop these 2 options?

Presume they are cast, not forged" Forged would be expensive; but would save a lot of "unsprung weight", huge difference in handling! For example, the stock 18" cast wheels on my 2000 Ford Lightning weighed 55 lbs ea.
The 20" Boze forged wheels only weighed 35 lbs ea.!
Thank you! I'll Get back to you with the weight on the 17x9s.
 
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