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Old November 18th, 2013, 04:01 PM
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Allied Beadlock rims

5 - 15x8 Allied beadlock rims. 3.5" backspacing, 5 on 6.5. Minor rust on wheels where lugnuts where put on and off. Brake dust on back of wheels. Clamping rings are perfectly usable but have surface rust. Comes with 32 grade 8 bolts per wheel.

$500 plus actual UPS shipping costs (5 boxes 17"x17"x10" x 34lbs each from zip 89123)

paypay as gift to sammcbirney@gmail.com
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Old November 18th, 2013, 04:04 PM
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BTW These are ACTUAL beadlocks not the rims that just look like beadlocks
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Old November 18th, 2013, 04:37 PM
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Old November 18th, 2013, 08:38 PM
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Old November 19th, 2013, 06:18 PM
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Bump. Any offers?
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Maybe. Are they "street legal"? I thought there was one brand that was DOT approved.
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Old November 19th, 2013, 07:23 PM
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Is there really such a thing as street legal?

I welded my own beadlock rims and had them inspected at a VA inspection station.
They never cared as long as there was tread on the tires.
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Old November 19th, 2013, 10:25 PM
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My brother and I have been driving around with bead locks for years and no one in authority cares. They have enough actual crimes to pursue usually
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Is there really such a thing as street legal?
Yes.

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My brother and I have been driving around with bead locks for years and no one in authority cares. They have enough actual crimes to pursue usually
Glad to hear that and good for you.

I got a fix it ticket in CO 8 years ago for driving on beadlocks, and a neighbor in VA got turned away at the inspection station last year in PWC.

I am actually interested unless you think I am asking a stupid question.
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Is there really such a thing as street legal?.
No there is DOT certified beadlocks but it is enforced state by state. Some care some don't, being DOT certified doesn't mean much just that it passes their guidelines. With all the fake beadlocks out there it makes it hard for the inspectors to enforce so MOST really don't care. I would say majority of the beadlocks made now are road worthy and I wouldn't think twice about rocking them on a trail rig(most have to use self balancing synthetic sand or beads on the inside of the tire) but as a DD I would think twice, that is one of the reasons I sold my WE wheels.
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Maybe. Are they "street legal"? I thought there was one brand that was DOT approved.
trail ready are the ones you are thinking about. They are DOT certified.
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No there is DOT certified beadlocks but it is enforced state by state. Some care some don't, being DOT certified doesn't mean much just that it passes their guidelines. With all the fake beadlocks out there it makes it hard for the inspectors to enforce so MOST really don't care. I would say majority of the beadlocks made now are road worthy and I wouldn't think twice about rocking them on a trail rig(most have to use self balancing synthetic sand or beads on the inside of the tire) but as a DD I would think twice, that is one of the reasons I sold my WE wheels.
That makes sense.

Truth be told, MY beadlocks were the kind to be suspect of....I took some old Gulf Coast American Racing wheels and welded beadlock rings on them.
Nothing DOT at all about that.
And who was checking my welds? I trust them but...

Now, these wheels for sale and most of the store bought variety are pretty consistent quality.
Inspections vary widely even in the same state. I had my beadlocks on in 2006 and at the time there was nothing in the law that stated they were illegal for road use. Sold the wheels in 2011 (at MAR!).

That being said...I would not hesitate to run these beadlocks. GLWS!
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Old November 20th, 2013, 07:09 PM
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Thanks! Someone make an offer!!! These are a must have if your gonna do any rock crawling
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I was wrong. I thought I had heard somewhere someone was making DOT approved beadlock wheels now, but it doesn't look like it.
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I was wrong. I thought I had heard somewhere someone was making DOT approved beadlock wheels now, but it doesn't look like it.
The Hutchinson Rock Monsters are DOT approved bead lock alloy wheels and they are made in 16x7 in the 5 on 6.5 rover PCD as well. Not cheap though, IIRC something around 420 per corner..

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Bump for some nice beadlocks. If I had the extra $$ to spare i'd have to pick them up since 33x10.5R15's are a little bit cheaper than 255/85R16's..
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The Hutchinson Rock Monsters are DOT approved bead lock alloy wheels and they are made in 16x7 in the 5 on 6.5 rover PCD as well. Not cheap though, IIRC something around 420 per corner.. /
Yeah I was going to say if these are DOT approved he should jack up the price another $300!
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I'll add that these are great beadlocks at a great price. The lock ring is formed to the bead on these wheel ensuring the tire is true to the wheel. Strong and well made.

http://www.high-impact.net/wheels/be...m#Illustration
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Old November 21st, 2013, 11:25 AM
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what exactly makes these so unsafe for the road that they are not DOT approved?
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what exactly makes these so unsafe for the road that they are not DOT approved?
I cruised around on pirate and all I read was "don't be a pussy"

-Rob
I've never heard of it actually happening, but supposedly you can lose a bead at high speeds with some of the cheaper ones due to bolt loosening, then lose the tire and run into an orphanage full of sick kids that just got a delivery of saved bunnies.
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