if it's the stock aluminum ones, then they will need to be Heli Arc'd.
Personally, I think it would be cheaper to just buy them. I wouldn't because I like to make my own things, but if you don't have the access/experience then paying someone else for custom things gets quite expensive. Especially when there are a lot of cheaper alternatives....
the stock wheels are anodized and it has to be removed before welding if i remember correctly.. you can tig weld them i am told.. omf makes a good alternative... they put there rings on douglas wheels. think there 70 a piece.. add 100 to that for beadlocks. stock wheels are pretty hard to beat.. they are MUCH MUCH stronger than aftermarket aluminum wheels that dong have a rolled edge like the stockers!
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