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Opinions Plz. MT Classic III or ProComp Series 1069??

Mostly Highway/Road driving. Light trail/Beach.

I want to invest my money in the better product. I like the looks on both.

Let me know your thoughts :) Thanks.

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I, actually, have the Black M/T Classic III's (15x8) on my BKO. I purchased them back in October. I like them. Lighter weight with an increased load capacity over my old wheels. Machining and finish were great. No issues or complaints.
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I've owned mt classic 2s and have the procomps now. Not much difference IMO. Procomps are cheaper. Mt has better center caps

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Classic III's if you ask me. 17x9. As I recall they have more offset than the 1069's too.








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I chose the 16X8 1069's and very happy I did.
Quality seems very good, was not sure about the looks of the center caps, but once installed I like them.
Back space of 4", -11 offset.
Running 285/75/16's with no rub of any kind, and I'm pretty sure I run
315/75/16's with no rub, plenty of clearance from the radius arms.






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Classic III's if you ask me. 17x9. As I recall they have more offset than the 1069's too.







What size lift are you running? I was looking at the 17 x 9's over the weekend...

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Alcoa MT wheels are bad ass.
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What size lift are you running? I was looking at the 17 x 9's over the weekend...
2.5" Rough Country

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2.5" Rough Country
Thanks Todd. Now I just have to find some money...

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The only complaint I have with the classic III's is the size of the lug nut hole. With the stock 13/16" lug nuts a thin wall chrome 3/8" drive socket is needed to remove nuts.

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