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I'm looking at getting some aftermarket wheels for my 300, but having trouble finding them with the proper offset for the rear, not real crazy about spacers. I like the Buckshot wheels in 12" and going to run 10" wide all the way around and 26" tall so I don't have to get a gear reduction and all that, just keeping it simple and don't want to tear up my drive train with huge tires. Anybody know where I can find some wheels with the correct offset, 110/4 with 5+2 offset. I've done quite a bit of looking and not having much luck, and this is actually the 1st time I've ever even considered putting any wheels other than stock on a 4 wheeler in my 47 years, so not real familiar with some websites and vendors like some of y'all on the forums that do this stuff all the time, so any suggestions would be more than helpful and very much appreciated! Thanks guys!
 

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+2 for the ITP delta wheels..
 

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Thanks guys, just looking for something that just doesn't look so stock, but I'll check those out and see what I find, greatly appreciated fellas!
 

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I actually saw some wheels on one 1's 300 and actually have the correct offset and look great. The ITP stock looking stuff is about the only thing I can find that will work, but I'm looking for a two toned, a machined type look, like it's black and chrome kinda. Just not having much luck.
 

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I actually saw some wheels on one 1's 300 and actually have the correct offset and look great. The ITP stock looking stuff is about the only thing I can find that will work, but I'm looking for a two toned, a machined type look, like it's black and chrome kinda. Just not having much luck.
ITP do the steel Delta rim in Chrome, you could buy those and gloss black the parts you want maybe?
 

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I put these on my Grizzly and love them: 1994 Honda TRX300FW 4X4 Rock A168 Aluminum Wheel | MotoSport

For whatever reason, motosport keeps a lower stock of these, and when they get to showing just a few left, the price get ridiculously low. Been doing this for almost a year. They only show 1 in stock for your rear offset (2+5), but plenty in for fronts (5+2). I'd give them a call and see if they can hook you up. Online it doesn't let you add more than 1 rear to cart cause that is all they have in stock.
 
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There is a TON of aftermarket wheels in 4/110 bolt pattern, not so many anymore that come with the 2+5 offset needed for the rear. You COULD run 3" spacers on the rear and use 5+2 front and rear, which is what i tend to do. IRS wheels are an easier sell down the road because they will fit more machines.

A few off the top of my head that DO come in both 5+2 and 2+5 would be the STI HD wheels I think all of them?, ITP SS212 for sure but ITP usually does most wheels in SRA offsets, MSA does a lot of wheels but they typically go 14"+ but some of them are for SRA offsets.
 

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Yeah Mac, that seems to be my issue, the right offset. I'm not in dyer need right now, so after duck season is over, I'll really hit it heavy and hopefully find what I want and not have to settle, nor spend a fortune in the process!
 

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instead of buying new , you could always find some used old school rims , the first pic is ITP's 4 slot mags , and the second is Highlifters 8 hole slots , power wheel on a drill and some Mother's polish and they look like new
 

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I've been looking Fish, but no luck yet. Shade sent a link last night I'm going to check out and see if they are the correct offset.
 

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And I'd be happy with either of those, I like them. The one's I posted a pic of are Buckshot wheels and less than $300 for the set, so not expensive at all, and I really like the look with the black and machined look.
 

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do you know that Yamaha rims will the same lug pattern and offset from that era bike ------- the Yamaha dealer down here must have been pushing ITP slots back in the day , I see a lot of Big Bears for sale with the same rims that are on my red 300 , in fact I know two people with them on their Bears
 

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Does Delta front wheel have holes for the brake plug?
Forgive my ignorance....., if these are these delta wheels ? Then yeah goober @fishfiles GHE simichrome polish works awesome! Too
 

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Went yesterday and checked out those ITP aluminum wheels that Shade sent a link to, NICE wheels, but totally wrong offset, no way to get them to work. I just want a simple wheel with the factory offset and getting a little frustrated, it shouldn't be this hard, LMAO! And I'm not spending $600 or more for a set of wheels either, that's nuts IMO, and the Buckshots I posted a pic of are less than $250 for the set including center caps, which is totally doable. I found some that are SWEET, but we're almost $700 plus center caps, lug nuts and valve stems, and that's just crazy for wheels on a 4 wheeler to scuff and ding up, again, just my opinion, as it will be used and not riding around a subdivision on the streets loaded down with the neighbors kids.
 

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For less than 250 per set go with the ones you like. They aren’t a common wheel that everyone and their brother has, lol
 

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Did another quick search, but on Delta Steels this time. Dennis Kirk has the best price on them I've ever come across. $152 for all 4 wheels plus center caps, shipped to your door. Except the fronts look to be currently on backorder. But that's no problem if you're not in a hurry.
 

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I appreciate it wheel, but I'm looking for something that doesn't look stock. Take a look at the pic I posted, you'll see what I mean. I don't mind paying a fair amount for them, but not gonna spend $600 to over a thousand for a set, which isn't hard to do! I just want a little something different is all, and not real flashy, which the Buckshots fit the bill all around, plus, the center caps look like shotgun shells, which fits me to a T! Lol!
 
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