When it comes to wheels, size matters. If you’re already planning to put big tires on your Gladiator, then you’ll need a set of wheels to match.
The Jeep Gladiator comes from the factory with 17- or 18-inch wheels, depending on the model. That might be satisfactory for some, but others may want to go bigger. Adding 20’’ wheels to your truck will give it a more aggressive appearance and make room for larger tires.
Wider tires are better for off-roading as more rubber connects with the ground. More contact means better traction on sand, gravel, mud, or slippery rocks.
To accommodate larger wheels, you may need to add a lift kit for more clearance. Wheel spacers can also make room for wider wheels and tires and keep them from rubbing.
Upgrading your wheels allows you to add personality to your truck as well. With many colors, designs, and finishes to choose from, you're sure to find wheels that match your rig. For extra shine, choose a gloss finish. If you prefer a more subtle look, a matte finish might be a better choice.
Aftermarket wheels use high-quality materials that can withstand a beating on the trail. With 20’’ Gladiator wheels, you’ll be adding both protection and style to your truck. Stick to Jeep’s classic military roots with combat-inspired wheels from Black Rhino. For a rugged look, shop spoked gloss black wheels with milled accents from XD Series or Fuel.