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Old 02-17-2013, 10:04 AM   #91
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Did you guys have to change side stand? I got the magic wheels and going to put them on as soon as my stock size tires wear out.
Bike is 06 standard height, not tall suspension. I just wander if side stand would be too long.
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Old 02-17-2013, 10:41 AM   #92
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In general, yes the sidestand will probably be a little too long. Many things though, such as suspension free sag, can affect this.

I have run 17/17" wheels with a stock side stand on my past adventures. You just have to find a slightly off-camber place to park each time!
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Old 02-17-2013, 04:03 PM   #93
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In general, yes the sidestand will probably be a little too long. Many things though, such as suspension free sag, can affect this.

I have run 17/17" wheels with a stock side stand on my past adventures. You just have to find a slightly off-camber place to park each time!
What he said. I hope you enjoy the wheels.
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Old 04-10-2013, 06:07 AM   #94
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Caponord Wheels

Hi all,

I have a KTM 950 ADV 2005.
I have been looking at some posts here for the 19/17 set up with Caponord wheels.

I happen to have a set.
Can some one help me and tell me what do I need to put them on.
Will they fit as is ?
Would I need to lace them on my stock hubs ?

I read a few posts but got really confused...


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Old 04-10-2013, 08:14 AM   #95
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Use your stock KTM hubs. I bought rims and had Woody's do the Superlace on them with their huge stainless spokes. Reasonable price. Hth
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Old 04-24-2013, 11:53 PM   #96
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taking care of the confusion regarding adapting caponord rims to KTM 950 adv

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Hi all,

I have a KTM 950 ADV 2005.
I have been looking at some posts here for the 19/17 set up with Caponord wheels.

I happen to have a set.
Can some one help me and tell me what do I need to put them on.
Will they fit as is ?

your caponord wheels will NOT fit as is,,,,all we use from your caponord wheels are the roms,,,For starters,,,these will need to be modified[nipple hole angles and diameter altered]....then they need to be relaced to your or our hubs[stronger]

i highly recommend our hubs because your oem hubs weren't designed to have the spokes criss cross each othe rin the BMW style X lace pattern,,,which by the way is a mother to lace and true

Would I need to lace them on my stock hubs ?
Please re-read previous paragraph

I read a few posts but got really confused...
Hope that takes care of the confusion...

PS,,we have all the components and gauranteed skill sets to do this for you,,,we can also re-anodize your rims and hubs to whatever color you want.

call Zach at shop #below for $$$ quotes and time frame,,,,he has all that stuff in his head
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