I've had a set of Black Rock "D" style wheels on my Tacoma rockcrawler for about 5 years, their 17x10 with 35" tires on them.
Their the older steel styled wheels.
Theyve been very durable so far, one has a slight leak on the bead, abot 15psi a month, but I blame that on a poor campfire repair with a 10lb sledge hammer after rolling the bead on a rock pile.
Another wheel was repaired with a torch, vice, and 25lb sledge and hasnt ever leaked.
One of the few wheels around that you can repair on the trail.
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