- These wheels have +0 offset so they will stick out a little more then standard. That translates to 3.5+3.5.
- Can Am Maverick X3 requires you to remove or grind down the wear plates located in the front (knuckle) and rear (deflector).
- (2) 14x7 front wheels
- (2) 14x10 rear wheels
- (2) 29-11-14 ribbed front tires
- (2) 29-14-14 paddle rear tires
- (4) gloss black center caps
- (16) lug nuts
MSA M21 Lok Wheel:
The MSA M21 Lok Beadlock Wheels are a smart, stylish design for your UTV. The Beadlocks around the perimeter of these wheels do exactly as their name describes, locks those tires into place allowing them to rotate better in sync! These wheels have a hurling gunmetal finish and the accents all around the wheel and the bead ring are a stylish gloss black automotive grade paint. Bringing you a stylish look that is going to out shine others out on the trail!
Durable bolt on center cap
Gunmetal finish accented with gloss black automotive grade paint
Sheds weight, dirt, mud and debris
Max load rating of 1000 lbs per wheel
14x7 wheels weigh 16.25 lbs each and 14x10 wheels weigh 18.90 lbs each
Lifetime structural warranty
EFX SandSlinger Tires:
Paired with the wheels are the EFX SandSlinger Tires, made to soar through the loosest of terrains. These tires are 4-ply bias, making them the perfect tire for handling sandy dunes like a pro! The front tires are ribbed, matched with paddle rears. Tested throughout the dunes of Colorado and Utah you can ride knowing that these bad boys will grip when desired and flow smoothly when needed!
Front Tire Features:
4 ply bias
Built to follow sand riding specifications
Rear Tire Features:
4 ply bias
22-25 inch paddles depending on size
Additional options for that custom look include (see above):
Additional center caps in 7 different colors
7 different colors of center cap stars
Warning: These products can expose you to chemicals including chromium, nickel and lead which are known by the State of California to cause cancer, or birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov