START FROM SCRATCH
When we took on the challenge of developing the powersport industry's first dual-drill wheel, we knew it had to be something special. We took our time in the engineering phase to ensure that not only will this new design looks amazing on virtually any make or model, we knew it had to perform.
The Valor V02 is like nothing else, because it was developed from the ground up.
4x137 & 4x156
TWO IS BETTER
Each and every Valor Offroad V02 dual-drill UTV wheel has the 4x137 AND 4x156 bolt pattern. Having both bolt patterns opens the door to hundreds of fitments, all with a single wheel style. Buying a new UTV? Easily swap your wheels from one to the other.
You read that right, the V02 UTV wheel is a ridiculous 13lbs for the 14x7" and just 14lbs for the 15x7.
V02 14x7 = #13.45 lbs
V02 15x7 = #14.77 lbs
Be a trail hero
Carry a spare
The only thing worse than not having a spare wheel and tire is having one but it doesn't fit. The Valor V02 has two bolt patterns drilled into every single wheel so you can carry a spare with confidence that it will fit anyone in your party if things take a turn.
The Valor V02 has ten distinctly designed spokes that reinforce the eight lug holes below our inner ring. These spokes are beefier than our other wheels, offering additional support in potential stress points.
Sooooo....... WHAT'S A DUAL-DRILL?
Historically, UTV wheels have come in one bolt pattern, destined to fit a select grouping of make/model specific fitments. Take the 4x137 Can-Am bolt pattern for example. Popular? Oh yeah. However what happens when you decide to change things up and buy a Polaris? Well, until now, you'd have to march your wallet into your local dealership and buy a new set of wheels in a 4x156 bolt pattern.
The dual-drill wheel combines both the 4x137 AND 4x156 bolt patterns into one wheel so you can swap wheels between makes, carry a spare for nearly anyone on the trail, and minimize costs because one set will cover any popular fitment on the market today.
TWO > ONE
Typically, larger vehicles have more lugs (think HD trucks with an 8-lug bolt patterns), while smaller vehicles have fewer connection points. Knowing your bolt pattern is a good idea, no matter what make/model you decided on.
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. In our example, the dual drilled wheel has both 4x156 and 4x137. On all dual-drill wheels, the larger hub bore of the two bolt patterns is used to ensure proper fitment.
How to measure a bolt pattern
The bolt pattern, also known as the lug pattern or PCD (Pitch Circle Diameter), is the measurement of an imaginary circle formed by the lug holes at the center of your wheel. The first number indicates how many bolt holes are in the wheel. The second number is the diameter of the imaginary circle around the holes. For example, a wheel with a 4x156 bolt pattern (also shown as 4/156), has 4 lug holes equally spaced around a 156mm diameter circle.
We care about weight
The Entire Valor Collection is Ultra lightweight
Do your own double check and see how our wheel weights stack up against the competition. You'll truly be amazed at how much weight you can save with a set of Valor Offroad wheels without sacrificing safety, speed, strength or styling. Click the button below to see the full collection weights.