Project Kahn Develops RS Rims for Jeep Vehicles

Jeep Wrangelr with Project Kahn RS rimsJeep Wrangelr with Project Kahn RS rimsJeep Wrangelr with Project Kahn RS rimsJeep Wrangelr with Project Kahn RS rimsJeep Wrangelr with Project Kahn RS rims
Another big scandal has recently hit the UK - it seems that British tuner extraordinaire Project Kahn has been cheating on its harem of Range Rovers. The tuner has had an affair with an American harem, including the Jeep Wrangler, Grand Cherokee and Commander.

Things are serious, as the aftermarket developer has been working for the last two years to develop a new set of rims for the Wrangler. We are talking about 9x20 RS rims with a recommended tire size of 275/55. The company offers silver or black versions of the rims.

The tuner even declared that Jeep knows how to handle the job better than the Land Rover: “Jeep inspired a number of other off road vehicles including the Land Rover and Hummer brands. The RS wheel designed by Kahn effortlessly compliments the vehicles from any angle and it has been designed to take the original centre cap from Jeep and will be available in either Silver or Black.

You can become a part of this story for GBP185 per rim (GBP 195 for the black version), but you may have to hurry, as the wheels are available in limited stock.

We have designed this wheel with the off road enthusiast in mind and we would like this design to compliment a great vehicle and offer the owner the opportunity to have a sense of individuality and break from the norm. There are many wheels currently available but not all of them are suited to the rough terrain and we question whether some of them can sustain the high off road usage that owners of these vehicles expect,” said Afzal Kahn.
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