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Introducing the NEW SECTOR ZERO from DWT Racing


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DWT listened to requests from top UTV/SXS racers for a zero offset version of their race proven DWT SECTOR. DWT engineers went to work doing what they do best and have come up with what many believe is the perfect solution. Through precision engineering, rigorous field testing and grueling real life race use DWT honed in on another true champion grade wheel.

With all of the Sector wheelâs great features still in place, they custom tailored the SECTOR ZERO wheel to conquer the toughest types of racing while having a minimum offset forward of the mounting pad. Featuring an extremely strong beadlock ring with 8mm Bolts as well as a heavy duty billet aluminum wheel center/outer Half. This is surely the best solution to the need for âzero-offsetâ or extreme positive offset in a SXS/UTV wheel.

Made in the USA, these 3 piece wheels are fully serviceable and constructed of super strong lightweight heat treated T6 6061 aluminum â which makes the metal as hard as it gets. All DWT heat treatment is done in their factory, assuring a true and proper procedure. The SECTOR ZERO consists of a spun aluminum wheel half which bolts to a super strong billet center/half. An air tight seal is formed by a strong rubber ring seated in a precision machined groove between each wheel half.

Features
  • Fully Serviceable Modular Wheel
  • Heavy Duty Bead Lock Ring
  • 8mm Bead Lock Bolts
  • Super Strong Billet Center/Outer Wheel Half
  • Zero Offset (Extreme Positive Offset)
  • Built Tough Yet Still Light
  • Extremely Durable Heat Treated 6061 Aluminum
  • Available in Black Finish
  • Easy Tire Mounting
  • Made in the U.S.A.
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