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Ford Bronco Method Wheel Kits Officially Revealed

Sixth-generation Ford Bronco owners certainly have their fair share of aftermarket parts and accessories to choose from, with many of those goods coming from the Ford Performance catalog. In terms of wheels, that catalog is already chock full of options including the Badlands 17-inch wheel kit, Everglades wheel kit, a pair of matte black and Sinister Bronze options, and also a matte black wheel kit from Method Wheels, which recently became the first aftermarket wheels offered in the Ford Performance catalog. Now, the selection of Ford Bronco Method Wheel kits has expanded with yet another new offering, this time in three different colors.

The new Ford Bronco Method Wheels kits are all based on that company’s 703 wheel design, which is offered in a Bronco-specific fitment with its Bead Grip technology, which engages the tire bead for increased grip at low air pressures. These new wheels are made from A356 aluminum with T6 heat treatment construction, and feature a 12-window design with debossed Method logos, a safety hump on the bead seats to help prevent de-beading, and a snap-in center cap with an embossed logo, to boot.

These new wheel kits feature a 2,650-pound load rating and hub specific 93.25 fitment for the 2021 and up Ford Bronco, but are only currently being sold via the Ford Performance catalog. However, in addition to the already-available matte-black, Ford has now added three more color options for customers looking to set their SUV apart from the pack.

Those colors consist of bronze, which is sold in the Ford Performance catalog under part number M-1007K-M1785BR, matte gray (part number M-1007K-M1785G), and Oxford White (part number M-1007K-M1785W). No matter which color customers choose, these new kits include a total of five wheels and retail for $1,820.

We’ll have many more Bronco parts and accessories to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and 24/7 Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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