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Old 10-16-2017, 07:34 PM #1
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ICON Alloys REBOUND Wheels - Well Suited for Off-Road

ICON Vehicle Dynamics has done it again with the launched their NEW wheel style - REBOUND - right before the 2017 SEMA Show.

ICON continues to offer 17" and 20" wheels that are a perfect complement to their ICON Vehicle Dynamics Suspension Systems.

What do you guys think about the REBOUND wheels?

ICON has emphasized Precision, Performance and Strength in their design and construction of these wheels.



ABOUT ICON ALLOYS:
Developed by ICON Vehicle Dynamics (manufacturers of industry-leading performance suspension systems and shock absorbers) ICON Alloys was established with an objective to provide the off-road market quality wheels built with precision, performance, and strength in mind. Time after time in the development of suspension components the ICON R&D team ran into clearance, fitment, and steering geometry issues that limited the drivability and performance of a given vehicle. As this trend continued, the idea of manufacturing a line of wheels with the “form follows function” approach made more and more sense, and off to the drawing board it was…

PRECISION – Application-specific dimensions optimize vehicle dynamics and tire clearance for many of today’s most popular vehicles.

PERFORMANCE – Engineered to reduce unsprung weight and rotating mass for increased vehicle performance both on and off-road.

STRENGTH – Aluminum alloy construction provides high-strength properties that are well suited for heavy off-road abuse.



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Way better than previous designs from them, still has the fake beadlocks
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Way better than previous designs from them, still has the fake beadlocks
it is made in USA though
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meh...nothing new really. saw them in person at SDHQ on their 4runner this past sunday, it looked good. not SCS good, but good.


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Dear lord, stop it with the damn fake beadlocks. Yet another wasted Icon wheel that could have been great but ended up a tacky, ugly mess that looks like every other aftermarket trash wheel out there.

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Icon Rebound wheel

I like the clean lines and simple look. I like the 17x8.5 size and 4.5" backspace. That fits a 285/70/17 tire well. The load rating is significantly more than most wheels of similar design.
Why would anyone choose a 4.75" or 5" backspace? Wider stance?
The non-functional beadlock adds a few pounds of purely decorative weight. The link to the TALV site does not indicate the weight of the wheel. The price, at $230 each is more than the SCS Stealth 6. I believe the SCS is around $195 for the same size.
Would these look good in front of King Shocks?
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The non-functional beadlock adds a few pounds of purely decorative weight. The link to the TALV site does not indicate the weight of the wheel. The price, at $230 each is more than the SCS Stealth 6. I believe the SCS is around $195 for the same size.
Would these look good in front of King Shocks?
Our Customer Support Team was working on this earlier today...

All 17" wheels are 30lbs.
All 20" wheels are 38lbs.

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There are very few aftermarket wheels that I like the look of, but I really like the look of these. Don't have much of an opinion on the whole beadlock debate since there's all sorts of fake shit that doesn't serve an actual purpose on our vehicles. These look sweet.
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Fake bead lock is gay, but the valve stem protection looks good on the Rebound. Most of their other models looks like the valve stem sticks out past the rim where it will get torn off by rocks.
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Fake bead lock is gay, but the valve stem protection looks good on the Rebound. Most of their other models looks like the valve stem sticks out past the rim where it will get torn off by rocks.
OEM trail wheels have baller valve stem protection. thats probably the least of my worries when the wife takes the car to work/grocery story tho.
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I like the clean lines and simple look. I like the 17x8.5 size and 4.5" backspace. That fits a 285/70/17 tire well. The load rating is significantly more than most wheels of similar design.
Why would anyone choose a 4.75" or 5" backspace? Wider stance?
The non-functional beadlock adds a few pounds of purely decorative weight. The link to the TALV site does not indicate the weight of the wheel. The price, at $230 each is more than the SCS Stealth 6. I believe the SCS is around $195 for the same size.
Would these look good in front of King Shocks?
A wheel with 4.75" or 5" backspacing will actually be tucked in more than a wheel with 4.5 or 4.3" like SCS have.

Why, why, why can't Icon make these with a 4" or 4.25" backspacing? 4.75" puts them a little close to the steering knuckle when running a 285 and wider tire.
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I like them.....and the ''beauty ring'' looks removeable so if you damage the lip you can replace it, or paint it a contrasting color.
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fake bead-locks need to go away forever.
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Thanks for the info. That's heavier than some rims (SCS for example) without the beadlock.
Now reading more closely I see the 4.5" setback is for a 5 on 5.5" lug pattern, which doesn't fit the T4R Trail Edition. The 6 on 135 mm or 6 on 5.5 is the close to the T4R. 5.5" = 134.7 mm. I think the 5.5 circle is closest to the Toyota. Does anyone know if that's correct? Is 135 mm close enough? What is the stock circle?
The 5" and 4.75" backspace fit these later two wheels. The 6x5.5 is available with a 4.75" backspace.
At 4.75" backspace the center of the wheel is over the mounting surface (hub?). I'm looking at upgrading to a 285/70/17 LT Cooper or Falken. an 8.5" wheel is recommended for that size tire.
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