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Old 03-01-2007, 01:38 AM   #226
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i may have a 4.5 x17 floating around,,,,i do have 4.25 x17 in various configurations,,will check and report back

woody
I pre-empted this report by calling ahead.
Gotta say; I spoke with some really helpfull people,
and have no desire to spend my dollars anywhere else.
(This is after phone calls and emails across half the planet).
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Old 03-01-2007, 07:55 AM   #227
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What are the costs involved with transforming this nice set of wheels into a bolt on 17" affair? As they have the proper spacers, carriers, etc, now, is it a matter of relacing 17" hoops? If so, what is the cost?

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sorry i missed your question,,,,somewhere between $600-700 depending on components and laceing technique,,,it's easier to call toll free for specifics

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Old 03-03-2007, 07:44 AM   #228
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I've been following the 'cush hub' thread.
I just got a 2006 XR650R, totally stock. Can I get a cush hub from you? Do you ship internationally? Any idea of price, or do I call?

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Old 03-03-2007, 10:09 AM   #229
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will need basic specs of your hub to see if it will work

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I've been following the 'cush hub' thread.
I just got a 2006 XR650R, totally stock. Can I get a cush hub from you? Do you ship internationally? Any idea of price, or do I call?

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ie,,,bearing diameter,,,oveall width,,,,position of disc and sprocket...yes we ship internationally,,,hub and sprocket carrier circa $550
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Old 03-03-2007, 02:47 PM   #230
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ie,,,bearing diameter,,,oveall width,,,,position of disc and sprocket...yes we ship internationally,,,hub and sprocket carrier circa $550
FWIW, I've spoken to Chris on the telephone regarding this; he claims to have all the dimensions already?
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Old 03-03-2007, 03:59 PM   #231
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FWIW, I've spoken to Chris on the telephone regarding this; he claims to have all the dimensions already?
,,,,,possibly,,will check monday,,,woody
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Old 03-03-2007, 04:17 PM   #232
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If any one has measurements for stock XR650 R 2006 please post... to save me stripping down my wheel. I'm lazy.
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Old 03-05-2007, 07:01 PM   #233
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Anyone selling a pair of R100GS wheels?
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Old 03-05-2007, 08:18 PM   #234
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If any one has measurements for stock XR650 R 2006 please post... to save me stripping down my wheel. I'm lazy.
PM me; I measured mine.
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Old 03-17-2007, 05:40 AM   #235
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Question Triumph tubeless conversion

Getting ready to send to you the 17" & 19" rims off of my '95 Triumph Tiger for tubeless conversions. What's the current pricing for this & the estimated turnaround time? Thanks!
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Old 03-17-2007, 11:00 AM   #236
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Getting ready to send to you the 17" & 19" rims off of my '95 Triumph Tiger for tubeless conversions. What's the current pricing for this & the estimated turnaround time? Thanks!
it's $70 each parts n labor

we advise to have your wheels trued up/spokes re-tensioned prior to doing that,,,,because there's agood chance that the seal will be broken/compromised if you turn your nipples after the sealant sets up

truing runs circa $35-55 depending on how out of wack they are

turnaround time 3-4days
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Old 03-18-2007, 01:50 PM   #237
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Woody, the wheels you made for my K1200R look and work great. Thanks a lot. Pictures in the works. GREAT JOB!!!! Sorry for not replying sooner, but I wanted to get a couple thousand miles on them first.

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Old 03-21-2007, 09:51 AM   #238
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Hey Woody...XL500s 23" front wheel...

I am currently rebuilding a 1980 Honda XL500s which has a 23" DID front wheel from the factory. I have two of the wheels and both of them have probably never been maintained. Both appear to be straight but I haven't run a dial indicator on them to see. I did have a dealer tell me a few years ago...before I started this rebuild...that the axle might be bent and the wheel as well.

Any suggestions or ideas? I really don't want to mess around with retrofitting a 21" wheel and disk brakes as I'm trying to leave the bike fairly stock. I suppose I could always have the original hub relaced to a 21" rim...hmmmm.

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Old 03-22-2007, 08:40 PM   #239
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Drz400sm

I have 2005 DRZ400SM and would like to change to an 18 inch wheel to be able to use a dirt orientated tire. I already have a 21 inch for the front. What would you recommend and about how much am I looking at.

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Old 03-23-2007, 03:01 AM   #240
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I am currently rebuilding a 1980 Honda XL500s which has a 23" DID front wheel from the factory. I have two of the wheels and both of them have probably never been maintained. Both appear to be straight but I haven't run a dial indicator on them to see. I did have a dealer tell me a few years ago...before I started this rebuild...that the axle might be bent and the wheel as well.

Any suggestions or ideas? I really don't want to mess around with retrofitting a 21" wheel and disk brakes as I'm trying to leave the bike fairly stock. I suppose I could always have the original hub relaced to a 21" rim...hmmmm.

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raise your bike ,,,spin those wheels,,,your naked eye will tell you right away if they are wobbing or not,,,if not then,,,

a few drops of liquid wrench on every nipple ie where the spoke goes in the nipple several times around ,,,let it sit for a day and attempt to true it or get someone that knows what they are doing true it for you,,,BTW,,true means that the wheel shouldn't hop or wobble more than 1/16''

regarding your ''bent axle'',,,it is real easy to tell too!!!

just do what's necessary to be at the point where you can rotate the axle,,,rotate it one revolution,,,watch your wheel in relation to the fork tubes or swingarm,,,if it doesn't move left/right it's straight,,if you see it go into orbit,,,pull the axle and get it straightened or replace with a straight one...see????pretty simple,,ehhh???
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