Bronco Raptor Stock Wheel & Tire Specs

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I'm creating a place holder for the stock Bronco Raptor wheel and tire specs.

37" Brand/Tire Size/Weight -

Stock Wheel Size/Weight/Offset - 63 pounds

17x8.5 at 6x135 bolt pattern with 14mm x 1.5 lug nuts
 
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The Bronco Raptor will come standard with 37-inch BFGoodrich K02 all-terrain tires. They’re mounted on a set of standard 17-inch wheels, though two different styles of 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels are also available. The wheels are so heavy that Ford needed to reinforce the rear spare-tire carrier.
 
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The Bronco Raptor will come standard with 37-inch BFGoodrich K02 all-terrain tires. They’re mounted on a set of standard 17-inch wheels, though two different styles of 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels are also available. The wheels are so heavy that Ford needed to reinforce the rear spare-tire carrier.
Those wheels look great! I'm really glad that the standard tire size is a 37-inch tire. I thought the rumors of 35-inch and then an 37s as an option was silly because ALL of the test mule Bronco Raptors we had seen had 37-inch tires.
 
The Bronco Raptor will actually have three different wheel options. A cast non-Beadlock, a cast Beadlock, and then a premium forged Beadlock wheel.
 
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The Bronco Raptor will actually have three different wheel options. A cast non-Beadlock, a cast Beadlock, and then a premium forged Beadlock wheel.

Nice! It will be interesting to see the pricing between all the wheel options.
 
I guess it's one of these two?

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I'm creating a place holder for the stock Bronco Raptor wheel and tire specs.

37" Brand/Tire Size/Weight -

Stock Wheel Size/Weight/Offset -

17x8.5 at 6x135 bolt pattern with 14mm x 1.5 lug nuts
What is the beadlock accessory likely to cost? Are we better off to just buy headlock rims or buy the Ford accessory? Will we still be street legal if we install the beadlock accessory?
 
What is the beadlock accessory likely to cost? Are we better off to just buy headlock rims or buy the Ford accessory? Will we still be street legal if we install the beadlock accessory?
Found my answers on Ford Performance site - about $225 for each ring and not street legal. I plan to tow the Raptor on a tow bar behind truck and camper - do you think I might get away with beadlocks that way?
 
Found my answers on Ford Performance site - about $225 for each ring and not street legal. I plan to tow the Raptor on a tow bar behind truck and camper - do you think I might get away with beadlocks that way?
The issue you will have while you're traveling with beadlocks is that most tire shops don't want to work on them. You can probably find a tire shop local to you that can help you out, but if you have to go into a random tire shop they will probably get alligator arms when you tell them you have beadlocks.
 
Does anyone know if different colored rings will be available for the bead lock ready wheels? The chrome ones that are provided on the Sasquatch badlands (and some other trims) have grown on me and I now like those better than the all black. Seems like I remember seeing multiple color options on a list a while back but of course that was before raptor. TIA
 
Does anyone know if different colored rings will be available for the bead lock ready wheels? The chrome ones that are provided on the Sasquatch badlands (and some other trims) have grown on me and I now like those better than the all black. Seems like I remember seeing multiple color options on a list a while back but of course that was before raptor. TIA
It's looking like the beauty ring on the Bronco Raptor wheels is going to be a Carbonized Grey color. I haven't seen any other colors up to this point. They are easy to pull off and paint though if you want something more custom.
 
Street legal, not street legal………. Ya’ll must live in places that someone might know something. Not me! I like the Beadlocks simply to powder coat them to match.

I did on my can-am.
 

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Street legal, not street legal………. Ya’ll must live in places that someone might know something. Not me! I like the Beadlocks simply to powder coat them to match.

I did on my can-am.
That's the way to do it!
 
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Wow, the weight of the 37" tire is not bad at all. I figured they would have easily been over 70 pounds. The 35" Goodyear Wrangler Territory MTs that come stock with the Sasquatch package are 52 pounds for comparison.
 
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