Stock vs Aftermarket Wheels

rob allen

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TMF Friday Fights. What’s best, stock rims vs aftermarket rims on commercial vehicles?

(4 pics from Nissan NV’s, 1st 3 stock, last one aftermarket)

 

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That's a double edged sword. I like the way aftermarket wheels look but if you damage one you'll have to wait for a replacement if they are still made. With factory wheels you pick one up at the junk yard. Of course you could always buy one two spare aftermarket rims when you buy the 4 that you need, just in case.
 

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3rd option is nice.

I dont mind stock but I personally do not like plain steel.

3rd options appears stock, but looks like upgrade option

wont be a waste of money cause you can still use it as a write off

BUT do get wheel locks
 
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On commercial vehicles stock. Must be getting old, but still young enough to hate pic#1....I do like the Factory Alloy upgrade options or finding another fitment from another vehicle with nice Stock Alloy wheels
My Toyota Hiace Van came out with 15in 6stud steel wheels same as pic#1
There’s a 4wd Toyota Land Cruiser Prado GXL150 series with nice 17in Stock Alloy wheels
The 17in tyres that convert the upgrade are cheaper than the 15in stock tyres for the van and still load rated and spot on o.d
The van is soo much safer/faster to drive
The wheels I bought from Wrecking yard for $400set
Best part is they look like they should be aftermarket but still have the Toyota badges on the centre caps matching like all the old dudes like!!!!
 

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Aftermarket defiantly stand out the most. That is what we want...isn't it?