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    Senior Member CatalinU's Avatar
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    Default Feedback on the silverback wheels

    Didnt see anywhere in description,but do they have that metal ring round the hex?Want to know how good they hold on the hex

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    They do not have metal rings round the hexes and there is no need as they are very tough. Never had any problems with them.
    The only thing I don't like is on the hubs of the 5t they are a bit loose as the OEM are tight.
    Overall they stand up to a lot of abuse.
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    Best wheels money can buy! There the only brand of wheel and beadlocks I will use on my cars and trucks 👍👍👍

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    A lot of R&D went into silverback wheels to improve on stock and other aftermarket wheels, was a no brainer for me and has paid off jmo (good quality affordable wheels)

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    The latest dish ' Beringei' wheels are solid. No metal is used in the hub. Impressive stuff.

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