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I am looking to get offset wheels for the front of my predator.Will the yamaha banshee bolt pattern work?
 

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I believe they will. Yamaha and Honda both use the same front wheel bolt pattern as the Predator, which is 4/156.

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i'm pretty sure that they work. I just bought the off set front wheels with the new ITP Sand Star front tires. They look awesome!! I am going to try them very soon.
 

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they will for front, but not rear - james
 

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I know when I got my Hiper-Technology beadlocks, the shipping label said yamaha front wheel, so they must be the same.
 

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turn stock ones inside ou and shave valve stem down takes 30 min and cost's nothin and you have wider front end love mine
 

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I have to agree with predatorkickbutt on swapping the front wheels with each other. It's free, can't beat that. I did it on mine for the mx track I ride at and it is the edge I have been looking for. It turns on a dime. Just swap the wheels.
 

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I swapped the wheels as well. Takes a little getting used to in the dunes though.
 

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according to this a honda bolt pattern front rim will fit on the predator? is this true? i have a ton of front rims for my 250r laying around. i just ruined a front tire too. this would make life much easier i know that.
 

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I just put 4/156 front rims on the predator,which are yamaha bolt pattern.I dont think honda are the same 4/144.
 

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How do you shave down the valve stem?
 

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Actually Dunesurfer that is a big negative on the 87-89 shee wheels. It is the 90-newer that will fit. Newer Blaster, all Raptor, all Warrior wheels will work for the Pred front.
 

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I believe DUNESURFER was refering to the rear wheels, the front yamaha wheels will fit, I have them on mine, for the rear, yamaha used the 4/156(predator pattern) pattern for a couple years only, most yamaha riders swapped these hubs/wheels out and if you can find them, they can usually be purchased for next to nothing.
 

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if you switch around the stock wheels and shave the valve stems, wont that be pretty hard on your valve stems? wont offset wheels do the same thing?
 

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Why waste your time shaving anything down? Just get the correct valvestems for the application, that would be much easier.
 

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Why are you guys shaving your valvestems? Mine didnt need to be shaved cuz it didnt rub against anything.
 

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Mine are rubbing on the stem when it comes close to the caliper. It is just barely touching. I dont like the offset anyway. My rear needs to be wider. Are there and rear offsets out there?
 

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i turned my front wheels around, only one valve stem hit the caliper, i just ground 4mm off with a 4" grinder
 

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Honda front wheels are NOT the same. They are 4 on 110 mm bolt circle. Predator and Yamaha are 4 on 156 mm bolt circle.
 
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