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Old 12-25-2010, 11:16 AM   #1
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Show 'n Tell us about your Superlaced and Superlite Wheels.....

FYI:,,,a fellow inmate put a bug in my ear about creating a spot where the growing fraternity of folks riding on Superlaced and Superlite wheels could show off and tell about their experiences with them,,,,

My vision is that ya post and share and modify/edit that post of yours as time goes by and ya have more pics and more tales to tell instead of starting some big long dialog....

AND to all of you that didn't get a T-shirt as promised,,,s--- happens,,,,either my troopies spaced it out or we simply ran out of your size,,,no worries,,,just PM us or call Jil and let her know,,,,

AND to all of you ADV-riders who bought our Superlaced or Superlite wheels before i started my langniappe program,,, ie a T-shirt or hat per set of wheels,,,i'll give ya another chance to call in,,tell us when ya got em and i'll make sure santa is good to ya

it would be kinda fun to see a pic of you 'n your bike sporting our garb....

soooo,,,let the good times roll

...and start by PASSING THE WORD!!!!!,,would love to show our gratitude,,,help me make it happen

Psssst,,,,the REAL Reason for this thread is me getting to meet you folks out there,,,,when someone comes to our shop i at least have a ghost of a chance to meet and yak with the folks that buy our goods n services ,,,however in this ''virtual' ADVrider universe,,,i seldom see pics of the riders and their bikes ,,,i already know what my wheels look like

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Old 02-09-2011, 09:15 PM   #2
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Wicked awesome wheels

Thanks for the wheels woody. I had them super laced with ss spokes and nipples. Couldn't keep the stockers round, to many rocks/ boulders. I've had these for a year and they're great no issues.

Looking forward to the new set coming in for another project

Zack has helped me with the last two wheel sets and he's a great guy to work with

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Old 02-13-2011, 09:24 AM   #3
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Woody, I sent you hubs and you guys made me these. 17 rear, 19 front supermoto-ish set up. They look sweet.

I also own one of these. Aprilia Dorsoduro

I would love to have a wheel set like one of these for more light offroad and adventure riding. I'm not really a streetbike guy but love the Aprilia Dorsoduro. I have no idea if spoked wheels(17 and 19) are possible fit due to lack of hub match but if you found a way I would be very interested and so would alot of other owners. Any thoughts?

09 Aprilia Dorsoduro
04 450 EXC(plated)
98 DR350s(traded)
06 DR650(stolen) R.I.P.

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Old 02-27-2011, 12:24 PM   #4
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Woody asked me to contribute so here's my 2cents...

Front and back - Excel wheels 19/17 - superlaced - billet hubs - sealed for tubeless - galfer rotors and pads on front. Had no problem with setting the bead after mounting, just pumped up and they went up no problem on both. Have yet to test em' out but I doubt I'll be disappointed.
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Old 02-27-2011, 12:25 PM   #5
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Old 03-20-2011, 07:16 PM   #6
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I haven't had the chance to try these out yet but they should work well for the new sporty project. Looks good as always

nice powder coat work

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Old 10-21-2011, 06:03 PM   #7
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Woody's on the F650GS Twin

Hi Guys,

Just thought I'd chime in. We stopped by Woody's on the way home from a 6 week trip around the western US and had wheels installed on my wifes F650GS. Firstly, Woody's Wheel Works is a great shop with great bunch of folks that work there. Getting the wheels ordered was easy, and they offered us a fair trade-in on the OEM cast rims that made the price totally reasonable - not sure if they always do that. Our setup uses excel rims, Superlaced to a 650GS hub on the front and a modified KTM hub on the rear. And it's tubeless :) During the install they explained every aspect of the wheels, the shop and their process.

The wheels are rockin! They're a work of art. I got to take Nita's bike for a spin in the dirt and the difference was remarkable. I honestly didn't think I'd feel that much of a difference but the bike felt noticeably more planted. On the highways the ride was also super-stable. I can't recommend them enough.

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