From OEM replacement wheels for the Honda Talon to 14” wheels, 15” wheels, and even 18” wheels from a variety of aftermarket UTV wheel producers, whatever you’re looking for regarding Honda Talon rims and wheels, we’ve got it at Everything Honda Offroad. Want to go all black with the rims on your Honda Talon X? We’ve got you there. Want to stand out with bronze rims on your Honda Talon R? We can hook you up with those as well. With Honda Talon wheels and rims from companies like System Three, AMS Tires, and STI Powersports, you can’t go wrong when you shop at Everything Honda Offroad. Although you can technically fit larger tires on stock 14” rims, the fitment is pretty tight. By using 15” rims, you’re less likely to get rocks lodged between the caliper and the wheel, which tends to happen a lot with 14” rims and ends up scratching the or even breaking them completely. In addition to the longitudinal diameter of the wheel, you should also consider the distance between the mounting hub and the centerline of the wheel — also known as the wheel offset. If you go with the same offset on all four wheels, using 1.5” spacers in the rear will make your setup track the same as stock. Some riders choose to run a 6+1 offset to keep their Talon’s width under 72”, due to the size of their trailer, trail width restrictions, and parking space limitations. Other riders go with a 5+2 offset and use 1.5” wheel spacers to keep the front and back the same length, but this will make the wheelbase even wider. On a stock Honda Talon, the front is a 5+2 offset, and the rear is a 4+3. This means that you can either use 1″ spacers in the rear and run 5+2s all around (so you can haul a spare that works on all four corners), or you can get specific front and rear wheels to match the factory offset. Alternatively, you could also run a 4+3 offset all around and have the car slightly wider in the front.
Like the height and offset of your Honda Talon rims, beadlock wheels will also play a significant role in the performance of your Honda Talon. Beadlock rims ensure that the tire and the wheel are tightly secured so that both rotate simultaneously. For riders that ride with low tire pressures, beadlock rims can help to prevent blowouts. System 3 makes solid beadlock wheels for the Honda Talon, and even beadlock rims made for the Can-Am X3 can work on the Talon — although the offset will be a bit off. Regardless of the rim style, its size, or the material it’s made out of, Everything Honda Offroad is sure to have the right Honda Talon wheels and tires for you and your UTV.
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