They are 21x10.5 on all 4. Actually 5, Im replacing the spare but it probably wont fit in the Jeep
Well here goes...
I wound up changing the clearcoat 2 times on them as I wasn't happy with the finish. Got a call that the wheels were done so I headed down to pick them up. The color is exactly what I wanted, an extremely dark grey. Everything looked good so I paid them and headed to Discount who has been holding my 21" tires for over 2 weeks. They put a tire on and he calls me over to look at something on the wheel.He points to the center cap and asks why the shop powdercoated over the cap. They can't balance the wheels without popping out the cap and damaging the powdercoating. The lady told me they would remove the caps and do them separately so Im very confused. They partially tried popping a cap out and the powdercoating chipped. Awesome.
So I call them and she kind of gives me the run around like they didn't have any options. She thinks a shop can balance the wheel by using the lug nut holes. They thought they would damage them using force so they decided to coat over the caps. I called Rennen and he laughed and said this shop doesn't know what they are doing. The caps are part rubber and aluminum which I had never heard of. He said they baked the caps at the same temp as the wheels which warped them and melted the o-rings. So I put all of the stock wheels and tires back on and take the wheels back to the powdercoater.
The guy who owns the place is waiting for me and is also the one that tried taking them apart. He immediately apologizes for the issues and explains to me that they didn't want to damage the caps. They tried popping them out and noticed the inner part of the cap started to bulge so they stopped. He thought that the caps were pressed in. I asked why they didn't call me but I guess he or someone in the shop just decided to coat them. He admitted they have never done a wheel like that before so Im not sure why I was the first.
I get Rennen back on the phone and ask if they make a better cap that would fit and he said he could get a set of forged caps to work which are $25 each. He tells me again the caps are 50% aluminum and 50% plastic. I brush this off and am now thinking how is that even possible?! There's no such thing right? Anyways, I get off the phone and we inspect the cap. The o-ring is fine and the cap came out but its bulged in the center. I ask if I can just go buy some blank caps and have them redo the wheels as I could care less about the logo being on the cap. He says he has a buddy that can custom make some blank caps that will work and they will redo it all free of charge.
Heres a little sneak peak of the final product in the meantime. It is Gamblers Gun Grey with Casper Clear. Hoping to have these on late next week now