RRW RR6 Wheels on Falken Wildpeak M/T 37X12.5 Mounted on Non-Sasquatch Badlands 6th Gen Bronco
After installing our 3″ ARB Lift Kit on the Bronco, we made enough room to mount up our new RRW wheels and 37″ Falken Tires.
For our wheel package on the Bronco, we decided to install a set of Relations Race Wheels (RRW) RR6 in matte bronze. The specs are pretty standard for most builds; 17″ wheels size, -12mm offset, 4.5mm backspace, and to top it off, they’re a hybrid beadlock. We’re going to wrap the wheels in a set of Falken Wildpeak M/T 37X12.5 load range D (8ply) weighing in at 81 lbs.
The Wildpeak M/T tread pattern is very aggressive and the Bronze Wheels against Oxford White paint look so good. The combination is something else.
Find it online:
- RRW RR6 Hybrid Beadlocks: Check Price
If you’re not familiar with hybrid beadlocks, they allow you to run your wheel/tire as a street-legal DOT-approved setup or an off-road beadlock.
This is great for someone who might want to switch between the two depending on the season or whatever the case may be.
The Relations Race Wheels hybrid gives you the option of running two different rings; a billet beadlock ring or a steel rock protection ring. The beadlock ring is designed to beadlock a tire and protects against rocks while the protection ring only offers protection.
Relations Race Wheels
RRW offers quite a few options to choose from; RR2, RR5, RR6, and RR7.
Some of their more popular designs are the RR6 (pictured here) and the RR7 although they have just introduced a new design to the lineup; the RT1 – a star pattern optioned with a massive offset. In addition to the current offering they have now, they’re going to be releasing new designs and offset options for other makes and models such as the Tundra, 4Runner, Tacoma, Jeep, and more. I’ve run Relations Race Wheels on many other builds in the past and got nothing but compliments on them.
Falken Wildpeak M/T
This is the first time I have run a Wildpeak M/T, and I am pretty excited because I’ve heard really good things about them.
The tread pattern looks very similar to a Toyo M/T, however, there are some notable differences. They have everything you would want in a traditional M/T and some; defined siping on the lugs, stone ejectors, gnarly tread blocks, cooling rib design on the sidewall, 3-ply sideway, super deep tread lugs, and a decent tread compound. The only problem is that the tire is only offered in a load range D – not E, like most brand-name Mud Terrains.
After running the TOYO M/T, Mickey Thompson Baja Boss M/T, Cooper STT Pros, and the Cooper EVO M/T – I am very excited about running these Falken Wildpeak M/Ts. What’s wild is that most of the brands I’ve run in the past are top of the budget and the Falken Wildpeaks come in at almost $100 less per tire – all while boasting some incredible feedback from guys who’ve run the same or similar lineup.
I will follow up with a 5000K-mile initial impressions review once I get some trail time under these tires.
Until then, let me know if you have any questions.