Been searching here and Pirate and not able to find what I'm looking for. Any good sources for cutting some weld on steel rock rings these days. DIYBeadlocks.com used to be a good source but it appears they aren't around any longer?
Thanks. I saw that site, but wasn't really digging their designs.https://ffrbeadlocks.com/products/steel-rock-rings-laser-cut-wheel-protection-contact-us-for-pricing
Had to Google rock ring to see what it was.
Still not sure why. What's the advantage of a Rock ring over a beadlock?
Maybe in the FJC world that's what they call them, but I've always known "rock ring".
If I search "rim stiffener" I don't get any of the results I posted above.
Thanks, yeah I've got a guy here locally that can cut them if I need him to. I just wanted to see if I could find them before I bothered him with it.@Box Rocket If you want to have some cut for you get into contact with this ebay guy out of Pennsylvania. I had a tire carrier tire mount for some studs to be pressed into and I just sent a dxf of the part over to him and it wasn't very expensive. There are other people out there that will laser out shapes for pretty cheap if you have the dxf for them and they don't have to do anything other than load it into their machine. Also if you have some dimensions of what you want to look like the rings above, I could draw that in solidworks in literally 2 minutes with whatever shape you want.
Ok bro.That is fair. That is because the results you had posted above were not what the OP was looking for. You posted rock rings....that bolt on. OP specifically said weld-on, thus my recommendation to search for rim stiffeners, which are inherently a weld-on item typically.
Only difference is being weld-on they usually have those gaps on the outside to relieve the weld and shed water. I guess you could weld in an entire beadlock ring and just use them as rim stiffeners vs. a beadlock.