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Raceline Wheels Review

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Looking for Raceline Wheels? Our review goes over some of this brand’s most renowned models and tackles all their pros and cons, as well as other minute details that other reviewers often overlook.

In principle, all of the models shown here are excellent. Any set of wheels or tires from Raceline is thoroughly tested, so it should come as no surprise that quality is as high as it can possibly get. For over 20 years, Raceline has provided awesome offroad and racetrack wheels for UTVs, ATVs, trucks, SUVs, cars, and everything in between. 

With so much experience at its fingertips, this brand truly stands out among an otherwise saturated market. For this particular article, we’ll be focusing on wheels that fit on ATVs and UTVs, but that doesn’t mean they won’t fit other vehicle types as well. Without further ado, let’s get started with our top Raceline wheels review in no particular order.


A94R Krank Simulated Beadlock

A94R Krank Simulated Beadlock

 

High-grade aluminum is the baseline material used for the Krank A94R wheel by Raceline. As you can imagine, it’s relatively lightweight without sacrificing durability and toughness. The simulated Beadlock ring area is finished off with stainless steel bolts so that the overall construction retains even more toughness than it would be able to otherwise.

Furthermore, the design itself is as attractive as it gets, with a satin black snap-in cap with embossed chrome Raceline logo. You can get it in 14-inch or 15-inch variants depending on your vehicle’s specs. Plus, the fact that names such as SCORE International, Texplex Motorsports Park, and Texas UTV Championships among others use this wheel as their official one says a lot.


Pros


High quality materials

Sleek finish with fine details

Flawless overall design

Fits most UTVs seamlessly

Available in two major size variants


Cons


Possible center cap clearance issues when installing on Yamaha Viking and Wolverine side-by-sides.

You pay a premium price for a single wheel.


A71MB Mamba Beadlock

A71MB Mamba Beadlock

 

The main selling point of the A71MB Mamba Beadlock is that these wheels keep your UTV at factory width with a high positive offset. This set is also Raceline’s first UTV Beadlock design to ever hit the market. It’s made out of A356 aluminum with a forged 6061 Beadlock ring and it’s also got US-made Grade 8 zinc Beadlock hardware included.

Going further down the design rabbit hole, it’s got machined spoke ridges and it includes a satin black snap-in cap with embossed chrome Raceline logo to make it stand out even more. Even better, you can get Beadlock ring spacers if you want to have thicker beaded tires. Finally, as with our previous entry, this set also comes in either 14-inch or 15-inch variants with several size sub-variants.


Pros


The set comes with lug nuts included.

They have a strengthened inner lip to make them even more efficient against possible impacts.

Great for off-road adventures and for the race track as well.

Features a billet Beadlock ring with many bolts to help prevent tire bead separation.

The package comes with easy-to-read instructions.


Cons


The installation itself can be quite tedious despite the clear instructions.

It’s a little on the expensive side.


A95SG Trophy Simulated Beadlock

A95SG Trophy Simulated Beadlock

 

If you want the short description of what the A95SG Trophy Simulated Beadlock wheels are all about, know that they’re basically the UTV version of this brand’s popular 934 Clutch for trucks - with a strong 10 spoke design nonetheless. This set is available in three different sizes: 14-inch, 15-inch, and 17-inch diameter.

It’s also available in either Satin Black or Stealth Grey finishes depending on your vehicle’s looks and your preferences. And in case you’re worried about durability, know that they’re heavy-duty A356 aluminum with a simulated Beadlock ring area finished off with stainless steel bolts. All in all, a great choice for those who want versatility when it comes to the terrain that their UTV can travel across.


Pros


Featuring a strong yet lightweight build, these wheels are made from some of the best aluminum out there.

The company is nice enough to include the caps with these wheels.

Available for purchase in three different sizes.

Includes the stylish satin black snap-in cap with the company’s embossed chrome logo.


Cons


The looks are great, but they’re not outstanding, unlike other offerings from this brand.

The ring spacers are sold separately, so you’re a little out of luck if you have thicker beaded tires.


A91G Raceline Ryno Beadlock

A91G Raceline Ryno Beadlock

 

With a rugged 10-split design, the Ryno A91G offers a great, modern feel that doesn’t lose grip of what makes UTVs so damn special in the first place. The wheels are available in three different color finish schematics, so you have a pretty large choice selection when it comes to customization: Machined, Satin Black, and Gunmetal.

As you’re probably already used to by now, this set of Raceline wheels is also lightweight without sacrificing durability and toughness. You could say that it’s practically a trademark of this brand at this point. Overall, there’s really nothing bad you can say about these wheels, so you can go ahead and try them out if you like how they look.


Pros


They’re available in three different color finishes.

Engineered to be one of the strongest wheels available.

These are available in 14 or 15-inch diameter.

They come with easily understandable instructions, so even beginners might be able to install them properly on the first few tries.


Cons


Really nothing that bad to say about them, except that the previous options are of slightly more premium quality.


Raceline Wheels FAQ


Where are Raceline wheels made?

Raceline’s wheels are made entirely in the USA. Being a 100% American brand, they truly care about quality, as you have just seen from the models above, so it’s no wonder that they chose to produce them to the highest possible standards that this country has to offer.


Why are Beadlocks not street legal?

In theory, two or more sequential Beadlock bolts could break, and the Beadlock ring could partially or wholly leave the rest of the wheel. That means a complete explosion if the road is especially rough. When riding off-road, this isn’t a major problem, but when driving on a highway, for example, you could seriously endanger yourself and other people around you.


Are Raceline wheels any good?

This is one of the most frequent questions relating to this subject that you will find online. In short, the answer is yes. Raceline wheels are fantastic for UTV enthusiasts who want to take their side by side off the beaten path or onto the race track. It’s no wonder that recognizable brands such as SCORE International, Texplex Motorsports Park, and Texas UTV Championships use Raceline wheels as their default go-to option.


Are Raceline wheels hub-centric?

It depends on the make and model of the wheel. However, Raceline does offer hub rings in case you want to customize your wheels and make them hub-centric.


How do you clean black Raceline wheels?

Black rims deserve special treatment because their color accent is truly unique. First, you’ll need to rinse your wheels. Turn on the water and start spraying water to the wheels, until the wheels are clean. Or, if you’re using a bucket, dip the microfiber cloth into the bucket with warm water and gently wipe the wheels clean. Use one clean cloth per wheel, as we do not recommend dipping the cloth back into the water.

Next, add a cleaning solution to your wheel and let it sit for a few minutes, preferably five to seven minutes. Once that time passes, rinse off each wheel until there is no cleaning solution left.

Finally, add some wax to the wheel to prevent mud from sticking to it, and then clean your utensils before placing them back in your garage or using them again.


Final Thoughts


With so many great options to choose from, and many, many more, you can’t go wrong with a set of Raceline Wheels. The ones we have chosen to showcase today are handpicked, indeed, but that doesn’t mean that the rest of this brand’s lineup is subpar.

Quite frankly, we would have a much, much larger article if we were to take all of the best UTV offerings from Raceline Wheels. It would probably be their entire catalog. But alas, we hope we gave you a good idea of what this brand is all about.