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Hammer Truck Rims

February 2, 2017 - Products

<p><em>Photo of The Hammer truck wheel courtesy of Black Rhino Truck Wheels.</em></p>

Black Rhino Truck Wheels

Black Rhino introduces Hammer rims, available in variations to appeal to both trucks, SUVs, and the crossover/utility vehicle (CUV) segment.

The Hammer features a rugged take on a seven-spoke design. Each section is bisected by a hard center line that blends into a small triangular opening towards the center adding lightness. A secondary graphic is a chiseled bevel spaced nicely to an inner ring held by three rivets. 

Hammer truck wheels are manufactured in a multitude of sizes and with a large variety of bolt patterns and center bore sizes for a precise fit on the widest possible range of vehicles, according to the company.

Lip depth ranges from 1.5- to 5-inches to give you the choice of the right look you're going for. Precision fitments to fit all the most popular trucks and SUVs, the Hammer diameters start at 17x9, while larger sizes, including 18x9, 20x9, and 20x12 are engineered for domestic and imported trucks and SUVs, including newer Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, Dodge Durango, and Jeep Grand Cherokees vehicles.

Offsets range from -23mm to+12mm and five, six, and eight-lug bolt patterns, including an 8/180 pattern for newer GMC and Chevrolet trucks. These truck wheels feature larger lips to provide safe bead seating for over-sized tires, according to the manufacturer, and feature the signature classic matte black finish.

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