17x12 double beadlock drag wheels for our cars?

Admiral_peck7

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I'm gonna get some beadlock wheels sometime soon as the beast is almost running and that 300 shot is gonna hit hard before the 60ft, and I'm worried I'm gonna spin the radials on the rims, plus I love the look of those billet beadlock rings, I don't like the look of 15s and 16s. Anyone have some advice on where to get them? I really like the weld laguna design but I can't find them in our bolt pattern and the right sizing. (5x114.3/5x4.5 for those who don't know our lug pattern)

Again as the title says I'm looking for 17x12s but I'd take 17x11s.
 

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Dang....12" is wide! But im running a 345 wide tire on my rear. The equates to 13.5" converted to American language. Id suppose 12" wide would fit
 

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Dang....12" is wide! But im running a 345 wide tire on my rear. The equates to 13.5" converted to American language. Id suppose 12" wide would fit

12" wheel is the recommend width for a 345 tire.

An 11" will fit with a 335 and rolled lips.

345/25/20 minitubbed and narrowed on the back of mine.phoned 055.jpg
 
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12" wheel is the recommend width for a 345 tire.

An 11" will fit with a 335 and rolled lips.

345/25/20 minitubbed and narrowed on the back of mine.View attachment 18472
I'd rather have a wider rim than tire, gives you more contact patch even on radials, hence why 275 guys rull 11" rims so often. I'm gonna end up buying 2 sets, one in 11/10.5 wide to keep 275s on for small tire races, and one to put 325s or bigger on for non-tire limited races. I'm gonna be running radials.
 

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