This Granite Crystal Metallic comes equipped with a set of HRE FlowForm FT1 wheels, sized 17×9 in the front and 17×9 in the rear and finished in a rather cool looking Tarmac finish
This build brings one of the hottest offroad vehicles on the market today; the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. This particular one being the 492 horsepower, V8 HEMI powered version that brings hell of a lot of power and torque to this mid-size offroad platform. Even though this is an offroader first and foremost, the vehicle is capable of accelerating from 0-62mph (0-100km/h) in just 4.5 seconds.
To make matters even more interesting, the Wrangler Rubicon equipped with this engine will do a 13.0 second 1/4 mile as well. Perfectly matched for any road or offroad scenario.
However, since there is a large number of these vehicles coming off the line and hitting the showrooms lately, some owners love to add a bit of a personal touch for their vehicles. And what better way to do that than with a set of FlowForm truck wheels like the HRE Ft1. The wheels start at $625/each for 17-inch applications and $775/each for 20-inch applications. That’s for standard finishes.
For owners that want to go with a more custom finish, that will cost you $200/each. And for those interested, these wheels come with TÜV and JWL certification, making them a perfect addition for European and Japanese truck/SUV owners. Nice!
The HRE FT1 truck wheels come with load rated for mid-sized or full-size trucks. Furthermore, they come in 5 and 6 lug applications for popular vehicles such as Toyota Tacoma, Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Gladiator, the new Ford Bronco, plus half-ton 1500 Chevy, RAM and Ford trucks including Ford Raptor. It’s quite an ensemble of popular vehicle fitments that will satisfy truck/SUV owners worldwide.
For this Granite Crystal Metallic Jeep Wrangler build, these HRE FT1 wheels come sized 17×9 in the front and 17×9 in the rear. They are finished in a rather cool looking Tarmac finish, working with the gray exterior of this 4×4 quite well. You can grab a detailed look at this build in the media gallery right below.