Frequently asked questions


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Product Info

Example: V05-1570P3537SB
Style Number
15: Wheel Diameter (15")
70: Wheel Width (7")
P35: Positive (+)35mm Offset
10: Bolt Pattern (4x110)
SB: Satin Black Finish

Example: V03-147N3210GB
Style Number
14: Wheel Diameter (14")
70: Wheel Width (7")
N32: Negative (-)32mm Offset
10: Bolt Pattern (4x110)
GB: Gloss Black Finish

Not sure what your vehicle bolt pattern is? No problem, check out our detailed Fitment Guide for a deep dive on your specific make/model to learn what Valor Offroad products fit. Still have questions? We're here to help, call us anytime during normal business hours: (602) 935-000

Here are some quick specs to help get you some of the more frequently asked answers:

V01 / 14x7 / +15mm (+4.59) / 11.90 lbs
V01 / 15x7 / +15mm (+4.59) / 13.23 lbs
V02 / 14x7 / +20mm (+4.79) / 13.45 lbs
V02 / 15x7 / +20mm (+4.79) / 14.77 lbs
V03 / 14x7 / +25mm (+4.98) / 12.02 lbs
V03 / 14x7 / -32mm (+2.74) / 12.46 lbs
V03 / 15x7 / +25mm (+4.98) / 13.45 lbs
V04 / 14x7 / +15mm (+4.59) / 13.23 lbs
V04 / 15x7 / +15mm (+4.59) / 14.33 lbs
V05 / 14x7 / +35mm (+5.38) / 13.83 lbs
V05 / 15x7 / +35mm (+5.38) / 14.82 lbs
V06 / 15x8 / +40mm (+6.07) / 16.72 lbs

What is wheel offset and backspacing? Check out this post to learn more.

Looking for a deep dive into Valor Offroad Wheel Specs? Check out the Product Specs page for more information.

We recommend retorquing your lugs after approximately 20 miles after you first install your wheels and after every 100 miles to ensure proper specifications. Always use a quality torque wrench and follow your vehicle handbook OEM specs for appropriate foot pound requirements.

What happens if I don't tighten my lugs? Can't be that dangerous...right? Find out here.

Beadlock hardware needs to be retightened before each ride at 18 ft pounds.

We get it, you probably feel like there are a million things that could go wrong. We've put together a step by step explanation for you on how to install utv beadlock wheels at home. Check out this The Source Blog post here.

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The short version is YES we offer a limited lifetime structural warranty on all Valor Offroad Wheels. You bend it, crack it or break it, we replace it. Learn more here.

We apologize if you are not 100% satisfied with your Valor Offroad purchase. If you purchased your wheels through one of our dealers or wholesalers, please contact them directly to begin your return.

If you purchased directly from us on this website, we require a Return Authorization (RA) for all returns. Please contact us to get the ball rolling. Use the form here to begin your return.


We do not currently ship overseas. We require all of our customers to reside in North America. If you are an international or overseas dealership looking to import our products, please email us at

Good question. It depends on where we are shipping to. Orders are processed within 48 hours of approval and on average take 2-5 business days to arrive once they've left our distribution warehouses. Delivery details will be provided in a confirmation email once you place an order through our website.

The Source

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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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.

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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.

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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. 

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Wondering why your new wheels require a set of new lugs to install? It's a common question we get asked so we figured we'd pull back the curtain and explain why it's common practice to need new lugs every time you buy aftermarket wheels.

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Follow these easy steps to keep your wheels in tip top shape and extend the life of your finish. Skip the BS and empty promises of expensive products and keep a few simple ingredients on hand for a cheap, perfect clean job every time.

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The Source

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