We're bringing you guys the ARKON OFF-ROAD lineup so you can see these wheels side by side. We want to explain to you guys what the differences are between each of these wheels. They have a ton of similarities, but they also have some unique style differences. All of the wheels are open lug, are concave, have a clean lip, and are Proper Directional. This means that there are separate part numbers for each side and your wheels face the same direction. Depending on your preference, the wheels can dig or swoop.
We'll start off with the ARKON Lincoln. We've seen this wheel used on a ton of different applications, which is cool to see. The Lincoln is a big, chunky, thick-spoked wheel that has a really huge lip. The finish goes all the way to the back, so there's no ridge. Since there is no ridge, it gives the wheel the appearance of having a larger lip than it actually does. The Lincoln is also concave, so the spokes dive back to the hub of the wheel. We've seen these wheels on 25 year old Broncos to brand new Super Duties and everything in between. Another great feature of the Lincoln is that there is a lot of space in the design of the wheel, so if you have a big brake kit or brake caliper covers, it shows them off perfectly.
Popular Vehicles: Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Ford F-150, Dodge Ram 1500
Approx Price Point: $1000-$2000
Now we'll talk about the ARKON Alexander. Compared to the Lincoln, this wheel is a lot busier. The Alexander is a 16 spoke, proper directional wheel with a clean rim and lip. The spokes on this wheel start at the edge and come up and curve, which compliments the wheel's slight concavity.
Popular Vehicles: Ram 1500, Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Jeep Wrangler
Approx Price Point: $1200-$1700
The next wheel is the ARKON Cleopatra and we've seen these on more off-road styled trucks. We see guys running 20" wheels with a 37" tire, which is a lot of rubber. This wheel does come in larger styles, and we see people running those on their show builds, but in general we're seeing the smaller wheel, big tire styles. Similar to the Lincoln, the finish goes all the way back which gives the appearance of a much larger lip. The Cleopatra is also slightly concave with the spokes diving toward the hub of the wheel.
Popular Vehicles: Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Toyota Tundra, Ford F-150
Approx Price Point: $1000-$1500
Lastly, we're going to talk about the Crown Series Victory. One of the main style differences is the removable ring around the outside of the wheel, along with the center cap. This was created so the wheel could be easily customized to match your truck. The Crown Series Victory has a large lip and a little bit of concavity, like the others. Although the design is busy, the twisted spokes give us a high end luxury feel. A lot of guys are running the large sizes on their big show trucks.
Popular Vehicles: Ford F-250 Super Duty, GMC Sierra 1500, Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Approx Price Point: $1800-$2300