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Type 164

Black Painted
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Ratings & Reviews Ultra Type 164 Black Painted

Based on 4 submissions of our online survey.
Average Rating:
4.5 out of 5
  • Design Quality Appearance Performance Benefits Proper Fit Ease of Installation Ease of Cleaning
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Note: Consumer Survey Ratings are from 0-10 with 10 being the highest.

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    • Vehicle: 1995 Jeep Wrangler
      Wheel Diameter: Not Provided
      • Location:
      2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
      August 22, 2017
      I bought a 1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ some years ago and used it in the summer. It had previously lived as a daily driver and suffered many harsh salty winters. The original steel wheels were rusted to the point where they didn't maintain a good seal and needed to be aired up every few weeks. I was boxed in because I had already bought beefy Firestone tires that were mounted on those original rims. Once I accepted that I needed to put new rims on, I started looking for replacements that were both inexpensive and fit my already new tires. This set of Ultra 164's did the trick. They are super cool in black, they are very light compared to the factory wheels (aluminum versus steel) and they have a nice added benefit of sticking out a few inches compared to my factory wheels. On a Jeep YJ, that increased footprint means that the truck is less darty and goes down the highway planted, unlike before when the thing was a handful on factory wheels.
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      • Vehicle: 2013 Ford Econoline E150
        Wheel Diameter: 16
        • Location:
          ENCINITAS, CA
        May 09, 2017
        These wheels definitely upgrade the look of my E150 Ford Van. Black wheels are also easier to keep clean and look cleaner even when dirty. These wheels were a great price.
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        • Vehicle: 1997 Ford Ranger Super Cab 2wd
          Wheel Diameter: 15
          • Location:
            LOS ANGELES, CA
          4 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
          June 26, 2013
          Got a superb deal here at Tire Rack for a set of four 15" x 8" with shipping and locking lugnuts. Got tires locally, BFG T/A 235/60R15's (which is the recommended size by the manufacturer)from one of the recommended installers of Tire Rack. At the time they had a amazing sale happening that was a can't pass on it situation. Installation with alignment(which really needed to be done moving up from the stock 14" factory alloys) added to the install price but no complaint on that since it assured better driving and longevity of the tires, went so fast that by the time I walked to get coffee and doughnuts a quarter mile away that I was only able to sit down to wait for about ten minutes when I got back and ready to pay and leave. So about a hour from the time I first drove onto their lot until back on the road again. With that size alloy and tire I was a little nervous about rubbing but no problem what so ever on a stock height 1997 Ford Ranger XLT. But the difference in performance and overall driveability is fan-freekin-tastic. These rims are a bit on the plain Jane looking side compared to the "designer" style rims out there and even the more modest counterparts but I like the downplayed looks and are still very, very sharp looking. One thing I did notice about these 164's the first time I went to the DIY coin wash was how easily they clean up. I've washed cars that had alloys you had to spend way more time on the rims then on the vehicle including vacuuming the interior and doing the windows. Some had to wear gloves to not risk getting cut too. Just now got brave and am in the process of doing a bit of suspension lowering and leveling. 2" in the rear went perfect but it will come down more as I decide on 1" or 2" in the front either which so far look like there wont be a problem. Probably play it safe with 1" and another inch lower in the rear since I do actually put more then a toothpick in the bed and like to drive in and out of driveways and not get hung up.
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