We know just the place to go.
Despite spending small fortunes on their rides, sports car and supercar owners know that a set of aftermarket wheels or retro-themed wheels (that are really in vogue right now) can make their car look even more special. But sports cars aren't the only vehicles that look better with a new set of shoes; pickup trucks and off-road SUVs can also enhance their curb appeal with a new of wheels and tires. So if you are one of the lucky ones who have already received their 2021 Ford Bronco, we know the first place you should stop to have it customized.
Gear Off Road has plenty to offer truck and SUV owners wanting a new set of wheels. The site has a wide range of makes and models with different styles to suit individual tastes
Gear Off Road is based in Irvine, California, and is owned by parent company Design Infini DBA Gear, established in the mid-1990s. Design Infini is a leading wheel designer that works with popular brands like RTR, DRIFZ, MOTIV, WORX, FITTIPALDI OFF ROAD and Centerline. The company places a heavy emphasis on trendy design, quality, and affordability, meaning these wheels will not break your bank account. They're made from cast aluminum and include a lifetime structural warranty plus one-year coverage for the painted finish and chrome.
It doesn't matter if you drive a Ford, Chevy, Ram, or Jeep; Gear Off Road has wheels to fit your vehicle. Most wheel options are available in multiple sizes, ranging from 16 to 24 inches. Different bolt patterns and offsets are available as well. Gear Off Road's most popular offerings include pickup trucks, such as the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado 1500, and Ram 1500. Off-road SUVs like the Jeep Wrangler and upcoming Ford Bronco are covered as well. As more Bronco reservation holders receive their vehicles, we predict the demand for aftermarket wheels will skyrocket.
We took a look at Gear Off Road's available wheel options and narrowed them down to our three favorites. The 760BZ (pictured below in bronze) is our favorite. Available in 17-inch and 20-inch form, these bronze wheels look properly aggressive with some chunky sidewalls wrapped around them.
The 759SB offers a similar style, finished in all-black rather than bronze. This wheel also comes in 17- to 20-inch sizes with various offsets and bolt patterns.
Finally, for someone seeking a more factory-looking option, we recommend the 750BM Spinter. The Sprinters would look right at home on a Bronco or Wrangler, almost as if they were made by Ford or Jeep.
Ordering wheels from Gear Off Road is remarkably easy with the company's dealer locator. The wheels are available at any authorized ATD Wheels dealer, and there are plenty to choose from. We entered our zip code into the locator and found 26 dealers available within a 25-mile radius. You can order the wheels online, then have them installed locally. Be sure to try out Gear Off Road's built-in visualizer, which lets you see what the wheels will look like on your vehicle.
Pricing is very reasonable, starting at $266 (per wheel) for an all-black finish 17x9 size, going up to $457 for 22x12. Black milled finish wheels start at $290 for 17x9 (or $468 for 22x12), and chrome finishes are the most premium option starting at $391 for 18x9 (or $571 for 22x12).