What wheel sizes are offered by Black Rock Off-Road?

We offer 4×4 wheels sizes 16 inch to 22 inch to fit most trucks and 4WDs.

Where can I buy Black Rock Off-Road wheels?

Black Rock truck wheels are sold throughout the world. To find a dealer in Australia, visit our dealer locator page.

Will Black Rock Off-Road wheels fit my truck?

We manufacture wheels for most trucks and 4WDs. Please contact a Black Rock wheels official dealer to check which wheels fit your vehicle.

Do you offer sponsorships?

Yes, Black Rock Off-Road offers sponsorships through our Black Rock Off-Road Ambassadors Program. Not only could you receive a percentage off of your wheels as a sponsorship deal, but you also have the opportunity to get points and money back via referrals.

What is wheel load rating?

This is the maximum load that the wheel is designed to carry.  The wheel load is determined by taking 50% of the heaviest axle rating of the vehicle (GAWR – gross axle weight rating).  For example; if your heaviest axle weight rating is 3000 lbs then your wheel load requirement would be 1500 lbs.

What is a wheel offset?

Wheel offset refers to how the wheels mount in your wheel wells, and as a result, how much space you have on either side of the wheel. It’s very important to get this right because a wheel with the wrong offset can rub and cause problems with your suspension, brakes, and even body parts, like fenders. Please contact our official distributors for professional advice.

What is a bolt pattern or PCD?

A bolt pattern refers to the number of wheel lugs and a bolt circle is the arrangement of those lugs.  A bolt pattern is often referred to as a “PCD” on Pitch Circle Diameter.  Typically, most 4WD will have a 5, 6 or 8 lug pattern.

What are hub centric rings?

Most aftermarket wheels are manufactured with a larger centre bore that will fit a wide range of vehicles. A hub-centric ring is an installation tool used to help hold the wheel perfectly centred on your vehicles. The use of a hub-centric ring can help in reducing minor vibrations.

Will OEM lug nuts work on Black Rock Off-Road Wheels?

No, OEM lug nuts are designed for a different mounting style than what’s found on Black Rock Off-Road Wheels. The lug nuts required for Black Rock Wheels are 60° lug nuts. This is a very common lug type and is available at most auto parts stores or wheel & tyre stores across Australia.

Do Black Rock Off-Road Wheels work with stock TPMS sensors?

Yes, Black Rock Off-Road Wheels are compatible with stock TPMS (Tyre Pressure Management System) sensors.