The Method matte black MR312 wheels are a new street wheel for 2018. Modeled after the 106 Beadlock, the MR312 brings innovative styling and rock solid reliability to your daily driver or weekend rig. The first thing you'll notice is the all-new v.3 Stree-Loc ring. Removable stainless steel bolts around the lip are protected against shearing. A concave split-six spoke design keeps things clean and simple with a subtle 'Method' debossed at the end of one spoke. The 312 includes a bolt-on center cap with hardware.
Method designs wheels to the highest performance standards to meet all expectations when driven on and off-road. Bringing race inspired designs to the masses with street and off-road applications with a commitment to quality and performance. Available in multiple sizes and bolt patterns, you can get the wheel that best suits your needs.
Backed by a limited lifetime warranty from structural failure and a 2 year warranty on the finish, Method Race Wheels is committed to bring you the finest quality products with the most complete line-up of off road race wheels.
|WARRANTY||Limited Lifetime Warranty / 2 Year Finish Warranty|
RealTruck will not accept returns for wheels that have been mounted and balanced. If you are unsure of the correct wheel configuration to purchase, please give us a call 1-888-257-3323.
Lug nuts and TPMS Sensors are not included with wheel orders (Note - Mounted and balanced wheel and tire packages do include lug nuts as part of promotion). New lug nuts are recommended with any wheel order.
Method Race Wheels warrants to the original retail purchaser (consumer) that its Street Series wheels will be free from structural failure, under normal and intended use, for as long as the original retail purchaser (consumer) owns the product.
Method Race Wheels warrants to the original retail purchaser (consumer) that its Street Series wheels will be free from chrome finish defects for a period of one year and painted finish defects for two years from original date of purchase.
Verify fitment before mounting tires to ensure no rubbing. If you are changing your wheel dimensions from stock, you may need to have your speedometer and odometer recalibrated.