Breaking News: Aftermarket Manufacturer Makes Tasteful Wheels – World Stunned!

Rocket Racing Wheels has just released a new series of wheels designed for the modern muscle car. That is nothing new, what is strange is that they actually look good. The problem with most aftermarket wheels is that they try to do too much. These wheels have a classic style crafted out of modern aluminum. We don’t often get excited about press releases, but I was happy to see someone realizing that less can be so much more. Hop the jump for a shot of the Mustang and Challenger both wearing the Rocket Racing Wheels.
The wheels are available in 18×9, 18×10, 20×9, and 20×10 (Screw you 19 inches!).

Visit Rocket Racing Wheels for more information.

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11 responses to “Breaking News: Aftermarket Manufacturer Makes Tasteful Wheels – World Stunned!”

  1. thomasmac Avatar

    I looked at a set for my Chevelle, some gray 15×7 fuel wheels, but when it came to pricing them out I could get some American Racing wheels for quite a bit cheaper up here in Canada. I would have preferred to go with Rocket Racing wheels, perhaps some day. This wheel selection looks pretty excellent. The chrome ring on the Camaro rims really set off the black. The challenger looks a bit like an Imperial with that grille

  2. Alff Avatar

    Saw that headline and thought I'd stumbled into Metacars.

  3. Tim Odell Avatar
    Tim Odell

    Truly shocked.
    Also pleased to see a set of decent looking 15"s available:
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    Alas, no 14"s…

  4. muthalovin Avatar

    I really really really like the Rocket Fuel Chrome. The sizing is amazing, but sadly, no 20"
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    I just think that 17's would make my truck look silly.

  5. Black Steelies Avatar

    If you choose a decent name you usually cant go wrong. But for the most part, yes I share your sentiment. As my name implies, my favorite wheels, applicable to nearly anything from Wranglers to Rust rods, are the American Racing 767 series
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    1. CptSevere Avatar

      Yeah, those are good durable wheels that look cool. I can't stand the rubber band on a cylinder look of these trendy new wheels. I don't know why nobody likes seeing big fat tires on stout wheels, but that's what I like.

  6. SSurfer321 Avatar

    Nibbles ate my comment. Sorry if this shows up as a repost.
    The problem with cast wheels is…
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  7. Mechanically Inept Avatar

    The wheels on that Camaro look okay, but on the Challenger and Mustang, they're tasteless. Too much chrome. On a Camaro, I really like the wheels that come standard on the V6.

  8. Kenneth R. Brock Avatar

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  9. James Martin Avatar

    Thanks for the effort you took to expand upon this topic so thoroughly.
    Tires are among the most important components of your car. They are the only components of your car to make contact with the surface of the road, so they alone transmit the energy produced by your car’s engine to the ground. They determine in large part the overall handling and performance of any motor vehicle. For all of these reasons, it is important that you are careful when shopping for a new set of tires. There are many tire options covering wide ranges of price, performance, and appearance.