9. Grant Kustoms
When it comes time to cover up those wide rollers, you will need new tubs. The wheeltubs from Grant Kustoms are fully welded and metal-finished and come with the option of a beveled edge or a radiused edge. Notch covers can also be built with radiused corners or sharp brakes. They can be made in a variety of custom sizes and shapes, and you can even send the company a profile pattern and it will build it to match.
Check out the two-piece (bolt-together or welded) 20-inch Foose Nitrous, which is available in widths ranging from 7 to 15 inches. The wheel comes in chrome, polished, or any color in the spectrum. The Foose Nitrous is also available in a 22x12 three-piece version. Foose Nitrous and other Foose designs are exclusively manufactured and distributed through MHT Luxury Alloys and its warehouses.
11. Mickey Thompson
M/T has the biggest DOT-approved street-legal radial tire on the market right now with its Sportsman S/R. These wide rollers are available for 15-, 18-, and 20-inch wheels in tire diameters from 26 to 33 inches, and widths up to 20 inches. The tires feature polyester/fiberglass belting and radial construction for a smooth comfortable ride, a rim flange protector to protect wheels from curb damage, and a directional tread pattern designed for improved wet traction and handling. Matching front "skinny" tires and billet rims are available as well for a complete package.
Mickey Thompson Performance Tires and Wheels
The NT420S was specifically engineered to be a high-performance radial, and the company has 18 different sizes that are over 11 inches wide. The tires outer shoulder has large, continuous blocks to improve dry traction, while the inner shoulder channels away water for wet performance. The NT420S has a non-directional tread pattern that can be rotated front-to-back and side-to-side.
The company has some products that will make the job of scratch-building a rear suspension much simpler to accomplish. QA1 has a full line of rod ends, spherical bearings, pre-cut tabs, weld-on wrench hexes, tube adapters, and coilover shocks that you can use to design and build your own suspension setup. Grab the welder and some tubing and you could be four-linked in no time.