What is a Dual-Drill UTV Wheel?
A dual drilled wheel is a wheel that is drilled with two sets of bolt holes. With this additional set of holes, dual drill wheels can accept two different bolt patterns. On all dual-drill wheels, the larger hub bore of the two bolt patterns is used to ensure proper fitment.
Wheel Backspacing vs. Offset
4+3? 6+1? 25mm? We put to bed the UTV industry debate on what measurement is better, why we use wheel offset and wheel backspacing in the powersports industry, and we do a deep dive into why each measurement matters.
What is a bolt pattern?
Your vehicle's bolt pattern is one of, if not the, first criteria that needs to be considered when determining if a wheel will fit your car or not. The bolt pattern is the number and spacing of the lug hole openings which will match the vehicle hub’s corresponding stud or bolt pattern measurement.
SRA vs IRS
For decades, enthusiasts have debated the better of the two: Solid Rear Axle (SRA) vs. Independent Rear Suspension (IRS). But which ATV is actually better for you? We took a deep dive into what makes one better for certain riders and the right option for you. Learn more.
Why You Need UTV Beadlock Wheels
Deciding whether or not you need beadlock wheels is a decision thousands have had to make before you. Are they worth the extra $? Will they properly hold my tire? I heard they're a pain to maintain/take care of? What exactly is a beadlock wheel? We'll help you decide.
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