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Grappling Beadlocks With BAD (Bead Assist Device) Wheels [video]

When it comes to getting the most off-road performance out of your tire, there’s no better way than to pair it with a beadlock wheel. For many, the off-road only aspect of most beadlock wheels can be an issue for their daily driven 4x4s. A great solution is to find a DOT-compliant beadlock wheel. We recently stopped by Low Range 4x4 in Wilmington, North Carolina, where they were assembling a set of DOT-compliant B.A.D. Wheels and 40x13.50R17 Nitto Trail Grapplers.

To give you a breakdown on how it all went together, we filmed the process. Be sure to check back as we put the new setup to the test in the dirt.


For a more conventional beadlock install, you can check out our step-by-step article here.

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