3/8 po studs - Rear, Front JWHEELZ Bolt for Flotation

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3/8 po studs - Rear, Front JWHEELZ Bolt for Flotation


Mounting plate, Bolts, Nuts, Washers

Bolt diameter:


Hardware included:


Package quantity:

Enough for 4 wheels

$234.99 - 20 %

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Available online only

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Part number :079018
J-wheelz are an attachment for ATVs, UTVs and 6-Wheel Vehicles that add traction and flotation to a machine.  J-wheelz bolt on to the existing wheel, widening it with a unique shape that allows it to handle mud or snow without affecting the drivability of the vehicle when on firm ground. This allows the rider to maintain full steering and speed capabilities of the machine as well as extends the life of J-wheelz by keeping them from wearing on the pavement. They are lightweight, durable, and easy to install. It’s dual wheels done right.

J-Wheelz Fitment Guide

Deciding on the correct Jwheelz kit for your ATV, UTV, or 6x6 vehicle is simple and depends largely on the lug nuts used by the machine on which Jwheelz will be installed. Jwheelz kits come in two universal sizes: 10mm or 3/8”. The variation in the hardware of Jwheelz kits occur because of variation in the size and thread pitch of the wheel studs used by different manufacturers.
  • 10mm - A majority of manufacturers such as Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Can Am, and Arctic Cat utilize a 10mm x 1.25 wheel stud which corresponds with our 10mm kit.
  • 3/8” - Polaris is the only manufacturer that has used 3/8” x 24 which corresponds with our 3/8” kit.
* More recently Polaris has begun using 10mm hardware in their XP line of ATV’s (starting in 2009).

Once you have determined if you need a 10mm or a 3/8” kit, the only other item you may require is a Rear Stabilizer Kit. A Rear Stabilizer Kit contains extra hardware used to strengthen the mounting location of a deep well rear wheel. The simplest way to determine if you require a Rear Stabilizer Kit is based on your ATV’s suspension.

If your ATV has independent suspension on all four wheels, you should not need a rear stabilizer kit.
If your ATV has a solid rear axle then you will likely need a rear stabilizer kit.
Rear stabilizer kits are 10mm unless custom ordered.

List of manufacturers (OEM) part numbers that are compatible with Kimpex numbers.

  • J-027
  • 079018