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Old 09-22-2016, 11:00 AM
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Would it look weird to have non AT tires on black rhino rims? Thinking about going toyo proxes.
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Re: Black rhino wheel question

Look is always a matter of personal preference.

I think personally the Mozambique wheel (the one I have) can be a great looking wheel for either street or offroad use.

Some of their more agressive wheels like the Warlord and such, may look a bit out of place with a highway tire. But thats just my opinion.
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Re: Black rhino wheel question

Hi Guys,

Im also interested in the BR Mozambiques to fit a 2014 QL Summit I'm looking to purchase

I was thinking of running 18's as a summer set up to give me greater side wall than a 20 inch (would use the stock OEM 20's with winter tires).

I'm curious because most of the BR Mozambiques I've seen on the forum have been 20's coupled with a RRO lift e.g WK2 Project (BTW your rig looks awesome !).

Is there any other things I need to consider between the 18's & 20's when thinking about this ?
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Re: Black rhino wheel question

Would love to hear opinions on the BR 18" setup as well. I have a 2015 Summit with QL and was thinking of going with 18" BRs and BFG KO2.
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Re: Black rhino wheel question

The BR 18's with BFG KO2's combo is exactly what I was looking at doimng as a summer wheel/tire combo just haven't come across anyone running that set-up on the forum 20's with the RRO seems pretty common but cant do that with the QL Summit I actually just bought this morning!
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