allied beadlocks

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y2knole

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Looks like Raceline owns Allied now and looks like a new wheel is STUPIDLY expensive these days... I need to replace one that i F'd up and they want $330 for one steel 17" beadlock and I can only find one or two places that even sell them anymore...

Anyone got a line on a better price/supplier of them? Thanks!
 

y2knole

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They are made in MERICA . I just bought some from https://www.sneveysoffroad.com/. See if he can hook you up.
Thanks, I found a place here in Marietta that is going to fix the one that i bent up. i tried to heat and beat and couldnt get it back in shape enough to hold air... They're gonna do it fro $175 which is still a lot but better than new. Funny, when i took it in there today the place was full of rolls royces, and other fancy shit and then my shitbox beat ass used beadlock... they only deal with aluminum but said they'd handle a steel wheel for me as a one-off...and seemed totally unfamiliar with what a beadlock is or how it works or why... whatever as long as they get it done and they said it will be ready for pickup Monday...

The other one i screwed up is a lost cause so I think im gonna just buy a cheap steel wheel and use that as a spare...
 

Sawzall

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I got lucky and found a new one on eBay for $205 shipped. Box damaged, bolts missing, and scratced. Had to watch for a few weeks until it was listed.
 

rugger99

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Check out Battleborn wheels...they have one that is exactly like the Allied beadlocks and if I remember correctly, the price is in the low to mid $200 range.
 

TBItoy

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you can get a wheel "pretty" straight with a small bottle jack inside the wheel, and some strategically placed scrap steel and wood.
 

CHASMAN9

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Thanks, I found a place here in Marietta that is going to fix the one that i bent up. i tried to heat and beat and couldnt get it back in shape enough to hold air... They're gonna do it fro $175 which is still a lot but better than new. Funny, when i took it in there today the place was full of rolls royces, and other fancy shit and then my shitbox beat ass used beadlock... they only deal with aluminum but said they'd handle a steel wheel for me as a one-off...and seemed totally unfamiliar with what a beadlock is or how it works or why... whatever as long as they get it done and they said it will be ready for pickup Monday...

The other one i screwed up is a lost cause so I think im gonna just buy a cheap steel wheel and use that as a spare...

What tires are you running on them?
 

y2knole

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What tires are you running on them?
37" blue label krawlers.

The one im having reparied was trashed because i drove into a tree at speed. not the tire or wheels fault.

The other one got ruined because of some kinda issue with lug nuts/studs... im not quite sure if i didnt have lugnuts tight enough? or if the studs I pressed into a spacer were not in all the way? or what... but the lug holes got wallowed out and thats a contribution to the recycler at this point... expensive and avoidable mistake whichever it was...
 

ToledoDan

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you can get a wheel "pretty" straight with a small bottle jack inside the wheel, and some strategically placed scrap steel and wood.
not sure how bad your was, but here is mine and how I was able to get it straight enough to hold air. Had to work it back and forth between the three spots.
 

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TBItoy

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not sure how bad your was, but here is mine and how I was able to get it straight enough to hold air. Had to work it back and forth between the three spots.
Is that a Stazworks 16.5"? I swear those things are made of paper.
 

ToledoDan

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Good Lord! What did you do?
was at Barnwell Mtn for the Mega Run, was running the rock garden challenge and caught a flat near the end of the course (most likely from the first dent in the rim because the tire was fine) and then it dented pretty easy after that.
 

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