We're sorry. We couldn't save this product at this time.
Features, Description, Q&A, Specs & Installation
Bootlegger 130 Series Wheel
Satin Black Finish
One-Piece Cast Aluminum Construction
Size: 20x9 - Front or Rear
Bolt Pattern: 5 x 139.7mm (5 x 5.5 Inch)
Offset: -10mm, -0.393 Inch
Backspacing: 4.6 Inch, 117mm
Fits 1976-1986 Jeep CJ5 and CJ7 Models
Bootlegger 130 Series Wheel. American Outlaw's Bootlegger 130 Series Wheel features a bold 5-spoke design with simulated bead lock hardware accents around the circumference of the lip for impressive good looks. An American Outlaw Wheels branded center cap is included. This Bootlegger 130 Series Wheel is perfectly suited for both street and off-road applications.
Satin Black Finish. This American Outlaw Wheel is completed in a high quality, black finish for an aggressive appearance that everyone will be envious of. For added protection and good looks, this Wheel features a durable, satin clear coat that is tough enough to stand up against the hazards of everyday driving - including road chips and pitting.
One-Piece Cast Aluminum. American Outlaw's One-Piece Wheels are manufactured using gravity casting. Gravity casting is the process of pouring molten aluminum alloy into a wheel mold or form utilizing the earth's own gravity to help fill the mold. The result is a strong, durable wheel that has the same good looks as a more expensive wheel, at a fraction of the price.
Application. This American Outlaw Wheels Bootlegger Satin Black Wheel; 20x9 is designed to fit 1976-1986 Jeep CJ5 and CJ7 models. Sold individually.
I appreciate the time your staff took making videos to demonstrate how a product will look on my vehicle as well as how easy/challenging it will be to Install. It is so refreshing to purchase a product from a person/company with actual first hand knowledge of that product. Informed decision equals buyer appreciation/confidence. Thank you.
Steven H's, 2017 Wrangler JK RubiconCustomer Service Quality Assurance I got into Jeeps at an early age, as a child around 3-4 year of age my parts got me a power wheel Jeep and the rest was history. Growing up I always wanted a Jeep, from the day I started driving I spent my days behind the wheel of a Jeep branded vehicle, which has not changed.