Where can I find a dealer in my area ?
Please refer to the “Contact” tab on the navigation bar at the top of the page for more information on how to find a dealer near you.
How do I submit a warranty claim ?
All Bullite wheels come with a one-year limited warranty. For after sales service and customer support, please contact us at: email@example.com.
How do I contact Bullite about a sponsorship or custom build support ?
Please email us with your proposal at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are the different methods of making wheels / rims ?
Known interchangeably as “wheels” or “rims”. The most common materials used to manufacture these wheels are steel and aluminum.
Steel wheels are most often made up of two pieces and then combined into a single part that you buy. The inner piece, which is called the center, bolts onto the car. The outer piece, known as a barrel, holds the tire. The two pieces are welded together to form the wheel. Most original equipment wheels are assembled in this fashion. Many aftermarket wheels are created this way as well, especially those made for trucks. The benefit to using steel is that it is durable and easy to repair, but it can have limited design variations. For these reasons, it has remained a popular material for wheel manufacturing.
Aluminum is by far the most popular type of wheel we sell. Aluminum is lightweight, offers superior heat dissipation, and seemingly endless design variations which make it the material of choice for most buyers’ needs. Aluminum wheels can be manufactured in many ways, and each method offers different advantages. The most common methods are as follows:
● One-piece cast wheels
● Forged/Billet wheels
● Multi-piece wheels
More information on these methods can be found online.
What are Hub Centric Rings and do I need them ?
The majority of aftermarket wheels are manufactured with a center hole that will fit a wide range of vehicles. The hub centric ring is an installation tool used to help hold the wheel perfectly centered during installation. In addition, using a hub-centric ring can help reduce or eliminate minor vibrations caused by non hub piloted wheels. Proper installation and torque sequence are required to center a wheel with or without a hub-centric ring being used.
How do I check my wheel / rim for damage if I hit something while driving ?
If you feel that the wheel has been compromised, please immediately discontinue using it and take the wheel to an authorized dealer for inspection as soon as possible. Following an incident, immediately inspect the wheel for damage. If you see any damage, do not continue to drive with the wheel installed. Likewise, do not drive with the wheel if you notice any vibration, pulling, or other previously unnoticed issues. You should take the wheel to an authorized dealer for inspection whether or not you see damage or feel anything unusual. Bullite authorized dealer can advise if one or more wheels need to be replaced.
How can I tell if my tires are directional and properly mounted/rotated ?
Directional tires will have a rotation arrow branded on the tire's sidewall. The arrow indicates the direction in which the tire should turn. Unless they are dismounted and remounted on their wheels to accommodate use on the other side of the vehicle, directional tires are to be used on one side of the vehicle and are intended to be rotated from the front axle to the rear axle. If different tire sizes are used on the front vs. rear axle, the tires become location-specific and prohibit tire rotation unless remounted.
How much are Bullite wheels / rims? How can I purchase them ?
Bullite has manufacturer’s standard retail pricing (MSRP) for its wheels listed on the website. Additionally, you can find more information on places to purchase Bullite wheels by clicking “ATV/UTV” within the “WHEELS” drop-down menu on the navigation bar at the top of the homepage.
What are the finish and structural warranty on Bullite wheels / rims ?
All Bullite wheels have a one-year limited warranty. For after-sales service and customer support, please contact us at: email@example.com.
What wheels will fit my vehicle ?
you can find more information by clicking “ATV/UTV” within the “WHEELS” drop-down menu on the navigation bar at the top of the homepage.
What wheels can be custom ordered? How do I order custom wheels ?
To answer this, we suggest that you reach out to the dedicated experts at Bullite via email. You can send your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Our team will evaluate your request and assist where we can.