17″ Off Road Wheels

Does your truck or Jeep not provide enough support on dirt duties? The factory wheel and tire combo may be holding you back. Upgrading to a set of 17 inch off road wheels with accompanying tires is the perfect solution. A 17” wheel setup is perfect for Jeeps, Toyota Tacoma’s, midsize trucks, SUVs, the list goes on. Not only can swapping OEM wheels to a 17 inch off road wheel enhance off-roading capabilities, it just looks right. Here at HardRock Offroad, our number one priority is providing customers with expert advice and guidance when it comes to finding the right off road wheels for their vehicle.

Ford Bronco Black Diamond 17x9 -12 H105

Why 17” Off Road Wheels?

Aftermarket off road wheels have been part of the off-roading and rock crawling scene pretty much ever since trucks and Jeeps have existed. Due to the performance benefits these aftermarket wheels provide, some manufacturers have even been pushing vehicles out of the factory with this in mind. Let’s be honest though, real off-road guys know that OEM wheels aren’t going to cut it. Beyond that, if you don’t shell out the extra cash for their top-of-the-line model focused on these types of activities, then the OEM wheel and tires are definitely not good enough. So what do you do? You turn to the aftermarket scene to get your 17 inch off road wheels. Lucky for you, HardRock Offroad offers four modern off-road wheel styles that come in 17 inch diameters. The H102 (Discontinued), H104, H105, and the H106. You can see them action on this Ford Bronco and Toyota Tacoma.

17″ Aftermarket Off Road Wheels

HardRock Offroad H105 Aftermarket Offroad Wheels


Available in:
Matte Black, Matte Bronze

HardRock Offroad H104 Aftermarket Offroad Wheels


Available in:
Matte Black, Matte Bronze

HardRock Offroad H106 Aftermarket Offroad Wheels


Available in:
Matte Black, Matte Bronze

The Advantages of 17” Off Road Wheels

One of the most popular reasons to upgrade your wheel diameter is to increase ground clearance, which can be important in off-road driving conditions. By increasing the size of your wheels and the size of your tire’s sidewall, you enable the sidewall to grip onto larger rocks and boulders encountered on extreme trails. On the subject of tires, taller and wider tires have deeper and wider treads, which improve performance in mud and soft surfaces, with the added width also providing better acceleration on pavement.


  • Improved ground clearance
  • Improved grip on rugged terrain
  • Improved performance in muddy and soft surfaces
  • Improved acceleration on hard surfaces like pavement
17x9 Hardrock Offroad H106 in Matte Bronze on a Jeep Gladiator