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Personalize Your Ford Bronco with Sharp-Looking Wheels and Tires

These expert-recommended wheels and tires might perform even better than they look.

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If you're one of the lucky few who reserved—or even has received—the new Ford Bronco, we know you're excited to pile on the miles. With every fun vehicle, however, and particularly for off-roaders, comes plenty of opportunities for customization. If you want to stand out while you soar above sand dunes, drudge through muddy trails, or hit the open road, sticking some new wheels and tires on your Bronco is a surefire way to personalize your brand-new boxy baby.

We talked to RTR—one of Ford's official Bronco aftermarket partners—and the experts at Tire Rack about which wheels and tires they recommend for the Blue Oval's rugged new SUV. They offered choices with various levels of aggressiveness for the terrain of your choice to truly tailor your Bronco to whatever experience you desire.

These wheels and tires are fantastic shoes for your Bronco, but they aren't ballerina slippers. These are work boots, designed to live up to the toughness that comes with every Bronco. So make yours look cool and perform even better—the experts said so.

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Bronco RTR Tech 6
RTR

These lightweight, durable wheels are offered in a bunch of different sizes, depending on your build and usage: 17 by 9 inches +30/+0, 18 by 9 +30/+0, and 20 by 9 +25/+0.

RTR recommends the +25 and +30 offsets for non-Sasquatch vehicles and the +0 offset for vehicles equipped with the Sasquatch package or customers running a lifted Bronco.

They're manufactured using a flow-forming process rather than gravity-cast, which allows for a stronger, lighter wheel without paying the price for a forged wheel. If you're not a fan of the Satin Charcoal, the Tech 6 is also available in Satin Black. 

xCommander
ALPHAequipt

ALPHAequipt is known for its finely detailed designs, properly engineered fitments, and attention-grabbing style. Tire Rack recommends the xCommander, which is available with four different finishes in the 17-inch size. 

Kelso
Black Rhino Hard Alloys

Black Rhino Hard Alloys exemplifies its South African roots with a wide array of gnarly off-road wheels that are known for rugged dependability. Tire Rack recommends the Kelso, which is available in two finish options from 17 to 20 inches. 

Crush
Fuel Off-Road

Fuel Off-Road is a wildly popular brand with enthusiasts, who enjoy the huge selection of styles, finishes, and diameters. Tire Rack recommends the Crush, which is available in three different sizes: 17, 18, and 20 inches. 

MR701
Method Race Wheels

Method Race Wheels are built to be lighter, stronger, and faster—all while withstanding the harshest elements. Those are the words you want to hear while shopping for your Bronco. There are a ton of options, but Tire Rack recommends the MR701, which comes in three finish options and 16- or 17-inch sizes.

Recon Grappler A/T
Nitto

RTR loves the Recon Grappler tire for its performance and aggressive all-terrain look. They've used the Bronco's stock sizes up to 37 inches and are pleased with the overall performance. A combination of narrow grooves, wide shoulders, and a beefy sidewall design make this tire great for the open road, while being capable for a shortcut through the boonies.

Ridge Grappler
Nitto

The Ridge Grappler is another highly rated choice for a hybrid-style tire. Nitto designed the tread with an emphasis on ride quietness, with the maze of channels named "Variable Pitch Tread Pattern." Don't let that fool you: This tire is more than capable on the trail, as RTR attests. 

Trail Grappler M/T
Nitto

The Trail Grappler is the go-to off-road tire recommended by RTR. According to them, this tire exceeds all expectations and is used on their more extreme builds, including the Ultra 4 race trucks. Those are some pretty strong credentials. To make sure you get home safely after some trail tromping, Nitto designed these with three-ply sidewalls and an added layer of puncture protection. 

All-Terrain T/A KO2
BFGoodrich

The experts at Tire Rack praise this as a go-to tire for off-roaders across the country, and it deserves to be on this list. Born from the toughness of Baja, the K02 boasts sidewall durability and enough all-around traction to help get drivers to their destination, on or off the road.

Grabber A/TX
General Tire

The General Grabber A/TX comes in at number one in consumer ratings on Tire Rack. Chosen by Ford as the original-equipment tire for the Black Diamond edition, this beauty is another legit on-/off-road tire. Like the BFGoodrich K02, it has the Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake (3PMSF) symbol on the sidewall indicating it meets or exceeds the minimum standard for this severe snow rating.

Open Country A/T III
Toyo

The Toyo Open Country A/T III is another tire christened with the 3PMSF symbol for snow. Tire Rack recommends this tire for its all-around balance of on-road manners, wet-road traction, and off-road capability. Plus it's a nice alternative for those who want to branch out from the traditionally popular A/T tire options.

Mud Terrain T/A KM3
BFGoodrich

If you plan on going all in, Tire Rack recommends the BFGoodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM3 as the tire to choose for a Bronco adventure. Its off-road pedigree shines through, with traction and toughness to muscle its way through just about anything. 

Grabber X3
General Tires

The General Grabber X3 comes in as the number-one-rated mud-terrain tire on Tire Rack by consumers, and drivers love this timeless tire thanks to its capable off-road characteristics. The tread pattern and sidewall are distinctive, with some sizes featuring General's unique red-letter styling.

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