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Recoil 1 and Recoil 2 videos with BJ Baldwin's extreme trophy truck racing filmed by Monster Energy caused a huge excitement among millions of car and truck enthusiasts around the world. If you enjoyed watching it or simply admire aggressive truck off-road styling, you might want to check the exclusive rims collection by Monster Energy.

The name Monster Energy is not typically associated with aftermarket wheels – but recently the famous energy drink line has partnered up with Twelve Inches Strong (TIS Wheels) and Dropstars to release a limited edition collection of off-road wheels!

Although this partnership is still relatively new, so far it has been received with a lot of excitement and is proving to be rather successful for all of the brands involved in the venture.

These Monster Energy rims are available in various sizes, bolt patterns and offset ranges so it would not be a problem to get a well fitting set for your truck!

Check the full collection of Monster Energy rims at CARiD by clicking on the banner below:



CARiD wheel experts will guide you through the process of getting the right wheels for your truck, and make sure they fit properly - just contact them at 888.978.3395.

What do you think, which wheel model is the best for your truck?
* Please post your options in the comments below!
 

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If Monster rims by TIS that we discussed above did not entirely impress you, check out the product line of other famous wheel manufacturer FUEL.

Fuel Off-Road rims come in a wide range of finish options, such as black and chrome, black milled, and more. Each wheel is a bold accent that can

add a new dimension to the look of any truck or SUV. Fuel wheels are also made of high-quality materials that are highly resistant to corrosion and

endure harsh driving conditions.



And our questions is the same:

What do you think, which wheel model is the best for your truck?

* Please post your options in the comments below!
 
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