Black Rhino Aftermarket Truck Wheels introduces the Crawler

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Remaining true to its off-road heritage, the Black Rhino Crawler focuses on bold simplicity: a deep inset and broad five-spoked face that complements the rugged True Beadlock ring. Staying true to its nomenclature, the Black Rhino Crawler evokes a sense of confidence and power during tactical rock climbing, yet cleans up well for urban mall crawls. The smooth sweeping curves and matte spoke finish make these off road wheels a natural finishing touch to any off-road truck and crawling rig build.

Staying true to its nomenclature, the Black Rhino Crawler evokes a sense of confidence and power during tactical rock climbing, yet cleans up well for urban mall crawls.

The Black Rhino Crawler Beadlocks are new True Beadlock off road wheels that bring new life to the iconic five spoke wheel design. These timeless ultra-rugged off road rims pack an aggressive attitude with a dramatic concave spoke profile that begs for oversized knobby tires that emphasises its distinctive staunch presence.

Remaining true to its off-road heritage, the Black Rhino Crawler focuses on bold simplicity: a deep inset and broad five-spoked face that complements the rugged True Beadlock ring. Staying true to its nomenclature, the Black Rhino Crawler evokes a sense of confidence and power during tactical rock climbing, yet cleans up well for urban mall crawls. The smooth sweeping curves and matte spoke finish make these off road wheels a natural finishing touch to any off-road truck and crawling rig build.

All-function. All-strength. All-purpose.
Starting with high-strength refined hardened alloy, Black Rhino prides itself on creating boundless off road rims capable of dominating on all terrain types with high performance driving in mind. The deep dish off road rims offers a peace of mind by protecting the durable matte truck wheels finish during technical crawling lines where sharp rocks and branches often intrude.

The Black Rhino Crawler is part of Black Rhino’s True Beadlock series - a functionally engineered tire beadlock system secured with grade 8 hardware that maintains correct tire positioning during situations of excessive lateral tire forces along with low air pressure which is common during rock crawling.

Available in 3 distinct finishes: Matte Black, Matte Bronze and Silver with a Mirror Polished Face and Black Lip Ring. The Black Rhino Crawler is exclusively available in 17x8.5 in a variety of 5-lug and 6-lug configurations for your truck and 4x4 off-road vehicles.

Discover all of Black Rhino’s off road wheels and truck wheels by visiting the simple to use online Fitment Guide on our website to see all possible off road wheels based on year, make and truck model. The Fitment Guide will also introduce visitors to all other important technical details that are significant, such as offset (positive, neutral or negative), load carrying ratings and live factory warehouse inventory levels.

The Black Rhino Truck Wheels Configurator tool goes a step further and allows truck enthusiasts to visualize all compatible Black Rhino off road rims on a realistic render based on year, make, model and even color for most trucks and SUVs.

The company’s website http://www.blackrhinowheels.com includes helpful dealer locator tools, by zip code in the United States and internationally. The website also features dealer support tools, including online access to the live inventory in Black Rhino’s new 155,000 sq. ft. headquarters in Brea California. For dealers, all Black Rhino truck rims can be ordered on the website and orders received by 4pm ET are shipped the same day.

Black Rhino, an off road rims manufacturer with a South African heritage, donates a portion of all Black Rhino truck wheels’ sales to combat the complex Rhino poaching crisis in South Africa. That means the impact of your purchase and passion goes beyond truck rims themselves - it enables the conservation efforts that help protect the native Black Rhino from extinction.

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