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Black Rhino has released a few new wheel designs this year for your Titan. Here's the skinny...


Black Rhino Keyhole
Available in 17", 18" and 20" sizes
3" Lip in all sizes


Black Rhino Borrego
Available in 17", 18" and 20" sizes
1.25" lip in 17", 18" sizes
3" lip in 20" size


Black Rhino Spinreel
Available in 17", 18", and 20" sizes
2.5" lip in all sizes


Black Rhino Imperial
Available in 17", 18" and 20" sizes
1.5" lip in all sizes


Designed for drivers of light trucks and SUVs, Black Rhino wheels draw their inspiration from one of the most rugged beasts on the planet: the Black Rhino.

The Black Rhino wheels are engineered to carry the heavy loads often associated with Trucks and SUV's. All wheels are either hub centric or supplied with centering rings to ensure a smooth vibration free ride. The wheels come in a variety of 17", 18", 20" and 22" sizes in a variety of finishes - Matte Black, Gloss Black with Machine, Matte Black with Matte Machine, 5,6 and 8 Lug, all depending on what perfectly suits your truck, lifted truck and SUV.

Click here for: Black Rhino Wheels: Sizes, Specs, Prices and Availability

Technology
OE and aftermarket TPMS capable
1-Piece cast aluminum manufacturing
Positive and Negative Offsets​

Warranty
1 Year finish warranty
Lifetime structural warranty
Contact Blackrhinowheels.com for further details and limitations.

If you are running one of these wheels on your truck Please post a picture or two here. We, as well as Black Rhino, would love to see them. :hi:

 

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Why werent these out when i got my wheels? I would've gotten the keyhole or black imperials for sure
 

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I am considering either the Imperial above or the Rockwell. Right now, I am considering using my stock tires b/c they are fairly new and it would save me @ $800.00 to boot. Got the PRG 1.5" front leveling kit to install and would like to fill up the wheel wells nicely. On the other hand, I really want 20"'s and I am torn between going "cheaper" and getting 18"'s/stock or regretting my decision later. I don't wanna rub, I want a nice "full" look and don't need to go over 275's b/c I also don't want them sticking out past the sides of the body/fenders.
Any info/opinions would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I am considering either the Imperial above or the Rockwell. Right now, I am considering using my stock tires b/c they are fairly new and it would save me @ $800.00 to boot. Got the PRG 1.5" front leveling kit to install and would like to fill up the wheel wells nicely. On the other hand, I really want 20"'s and I am torn between going "cheaper" and getting 18"'s/stock or regretting my decision later. I don't wanna rub, I want a nice "full" look and don't need to go over 275's b/c I also don't want them sticking out past the sides of the body/fenders.
Any info/opinions would be greatly appreciated.
To get the look you want with your leveling kit installed, your tire size will make all the difference.

If it were my truck and I wasn't ready to upgrade both my wheels and my tires I would upgrade the wheels to 18", mount my stock tires on them and leave the truck stock height as well. Then, when I was ready to upgrade my tires to someone a little taller, that's when I would install my leveling kit. Its hard to explain but if the gap between your fender and the top of the tire is larger than your tires sidewall thickness, the whole thing will look miss proportioned.
 

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Ok If it was your truck and you had stock 18" wheels with a PRG Titan Mini Kit 2"" Front 1.5"" Rear Blocks, how tall (size) of tires would you suggest to keep the whole thing looking proportioned?

I was looking at Nittos Terra Grapplers 325/60-18 and also Goodyear Durtracs 295/65-18. I don't need the biggest tire, rather a great tire in a good looking size.

Thanks for your opinion.

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Ok If it was your truck and you had stock 18" wheels with a PRG Titan Mini Kit 2"" Front 1.5"" Rear Blocks, how tall (size) of tires would you suggest to keep the whole thing looking proportioned?

I was looking at Nittos Terra Grapplers 325/60-18 and also Goodyear Durtracs 295/65-18. I don't need the biggest tire, rather a great tire in a good looking size.

Thanks for your opinion.

Rick
We'll I may be different than you, I don't mind trimming a little fender liner to get my proportions looking right. If it were my truck I'd run a 295/70R18. You may or may not need to remove your mud flaps if you haven't already but your stock wheels should help keep modifications to a minimum.

If you want a bolt up and go tire size (in other words, without potential modifications) I'd go with the 295/65R18 size. This is a great size for your stock wheels and the DuraTrac would give your truck a really nice, aggressive look.
 

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what widths are these wheels coming in
 

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I like the Imperials as well ing the silver for my ride! :) Any idea on the weight for one wheel? 20x9? Dont want to go any heavier than what i already have and use more gas with my heavy foot. LOL :) Thanks!
 

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Has anyone on here bought a set of the Imperial in a 18" with +12 offset on a 2008 or up? wonder about them clearing front brakes I have ordered the addicts with 18+ from discount but now seeing they may rub these look alot like them so may go with the Imperials.
 

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Has anyone on here bought a set of the Imperial in a 18" with +12 offset on a 2008 or up? wonder about them clearing front brakes I have ordered the addicts with 18+ from discount but now seeing they may rub these look alot like them so may go with the Imperials.

I double checked with the manufacturer and the 18x9 +12 Black Rhino Imperial clears the front brakes :cool:
 

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Sweet this will be back up choice. Can you check with the manufacturer on the Addict and Hoss 18x9 +18 for 2014 on brakes as well ?
 

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Sweet this will be back up choice. Can you check with the manufacturer on the Addict and Hoss 18x9 +18 for 2014 on brakes as well ?
According to the manufacturer the 18x9 +18 Addict clears the front brakes as well.
 
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