13 Jul H105 & H106 | Ford Bronco’s
H105 & H106
Ford Bronco Big Bend & Badlands
We’ve been going a little crazy with the Ford Bronco content lately, but can you blame us? This is probably one of our favorite off-roading platforms right now. By now you already know everything about the Bronco chassis, so we’ll save the history lesson this time. Anyway, we got our hands on a Ford Bronco Big Bend and a Ford Bronco Badlands to showcase how our H100 series off road wheels absolutely slay. Sorry, we had to.
It’s common knowledge at this point that the OEM Bronco 6G wheels aren’t that aggressive. With widths capping out at 8.5″ and offsets at +30. Yeah, it ain’t terrible, but we can do better. How much better? Half an inch wider, and a way more aggressive offset.
Keep reading to learn more about our off road ready Ford Bronco Big Bend and Ford Bronco Badlands wheels.
We can’t promise this is the last time you’ll see a set of Hardrock’s on a Bronco, but we can promise that when you do, the fitment will be spot on.
The Area 51 Big Bend is running the matte bronze H105 in a 17×9 -12 wrapped in 315x70R17 Goodyear Wrangler Territory MT tires. The Badlands is running; you guessed it, the matte black H106 also in a 17×9 -12 fitment and wrapped in identical tires. The Territory MT is a super solid street and trail tire, and on a daily driven rig, it’s the obvious choice. Although the H100 wheels aren’t “true” beadlock wheels, it doesn’t mean they aren’t capable. In fact, check out our beadlock wheel guide to see why.