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Old 02-17-2013, 09:39 PM   #2716
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Spoke specs. for Husqvarna's.

Hi,

Yes we have the specs for oem size spokes/nipples. If you need to order a set it would be $105/set + S&H for a new stainless steel spokes/nipple kit in oem sizes.

If you would like to order some, you can email us at woodyswheelworks@gmail.com or call us at 303/936/0232

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Woody, do you have the specs for a set of front & rear spokes for a 1999 Husqvarna WR125 (18") or CR125 (19" rear)?

I have a cherry, nearly new 99 WR125 and want to lace up black Excels but the stock nipples are all rusty inside. I doubt they will come apart clean or go back together with all the rust inside their heads on the tube side. It is wearing clean silver Excels already, 18" rear.

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Old 02-19-2013, 11:17 AM   #2717
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Hey there. I have a 2010 Husaberg FX450 set up for dualsport use. On the rear it has a Excel 18" rim and the stock Berg/KTM hub (no cush) all in excellent condition.

What options do you have for a cush hub for me. Cost is a issue and I am not opposed to simply replacing my hub w/ a cush one and reusing the rest. I do not ride the bike hard (not doing triples at 55, small jumps maybe) or take heavy loads on it. I don't really want a complete extra/new wheel.

What is the most economical option? If there are recommended upgrades above and beyond that, what are they?

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Old 02-19-2013, 02:35 PM   #2718
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Cush options for Husaberg's.

HI,

We can re-use your oem rim to lace with a billet cush hub and superlaced with stainless steel spokes/nipples. It would be 795 + shipping for the hub/ spoke kit and lace/true. We can take your old hub on trade in, but would only be up to 75 if it's in great shape.

The other option is trading in your complete wheel and getting a full wheel from us. A new rim can add from 160-240, and the trade in for the wheel can be up to 150 depending on the condition.

If you would like to order a wheel or have any other questions, it's best to get a hold of us at woodyswheelworks@gmail.com

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Hey there. I have a 2010 Husaberg FX450 set up for dualsport use. On the rear it has a Excel 18" rim and the stock Berg/KTM hub (no cush) all in excellent condition.

What options do you have for a cush hub for me. Cost is a issue and I am not opposed to simply replacing my hub w/ a cush one and reusing the rest. I do not ride the bike hard (not doing triples at 55, small jumps maybe) or take heavy loads on it. I don't really want a complete extra/new wheel.

What is the most economical option? If there are recommended upgrades above and beyond that, what are they?

Thanks
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Old 02-20-2013, 12:55 AM   #2719
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hi woody,
i have a 03 1150 adventure and would like to get a second set of wheels for it what options are there and what sort of dollars would i be looking at and shipping to sydney aust

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Old 02-20-2013, 11:19 AM   #2720
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Wheel question

Woody,
I ride a 2012 F650GS twin. A BMW dealer substantially re-built it after an accident, but did not replace the wheels (very expensive parts.) I recently noticed a slow leak in the front tire (about 5 psi per day, so maybe not so slow) and took it back in -- it turns out the cast wheel has a crack at the head of one of the "spokes" and is leaking air out slowly from there. The dealer patched the inside of the rim with some kind of rubber sealant to stop the leak. They assured me it was safe to do this, that the crack through which air was escaping was not a threat to the structural integrity of the wheel. I'm skeptical, though surprised that a dealership isn't pressing me to replace an expensive part (the front wheel.) What say you? Is it even plausible that it is, in fact, safe to keep running that wheel? It's a small crack, but I'm concerned unseen stresses on the metal could make it a big problem. I don't need some kind of super-awesome offroad racing capability here -- it's a bike for commuting and touring, but I'd really prefer my front wheel not break while I'm engaged in those activities.
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Old 02-23-2013, 08:06 PM   #2721
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hi woody,
i have a 03 1150 adventure and would like to get a second set of wheels for it what options are there and what sort of dollars would i be looking at and shipping to sydney aust

thanks
I'd also be interested in a tubeless 19/17 set for a 2008ADV shipped to Brisbane
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Old 02-24-2013, 12:34 PM   #2722
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:10 PM   #2723
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2003 BMW R1150GSA Wheel options!

We do have a lot of options for a wheel set for your R1150GS. The set without tire's and rotor's can be anywhere form 1600 for a good used set of oem size X-lace tubeless wheels, up to 2800 for a new set with our heavy duty stainless steel spokes/nipples laced with new oem rims, and new oem hubs.

If you are riding more aggressive off-road and want stronger rims and possible a 21'', we can lace new excel aluminum rims with stock oem hubs and heavy duty Monzter stainless steel spokes/nipples. The set can be from 1800 for a set with tube type wheels using used oem hubs, and silver excel rims, all the way up to 2300 for black rims and sealing the rear.

The only 21'' tubeless option we have is using oem hubs with the R100GS rim with our heavy duty stainless steel spokes/nipples. It can be up to 1300 for a full wheel with new parts.

If you would like to order a set, it's best to contact us at woodyswheelworks@gmail.com

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hi woody,
i have a 03 1150 adventure and would like to get a second set of wheels for it what options are there and what sort of dollars would i be looking at and shipping to sydney aust

thanks
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:13 PM   #2724
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Pm sent too

Hi,

I sent a pm as well.

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Old 02-26-2013, 01:16 PM   #2725
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Wheel issues

Hi,

I did answer your pm's, but want everyone to know the answer's.

We don't recommend ever relying on a "patch" unless you need to get somewhere to fix the issue properly. We can straighten, weld and machine the wheel to be safe again. Straightening is 100-250 per wheel depending on how bad, and welding/machining is 50-100 depending on the condition as well.

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Woody,
I ride a 2012 F650GS twin. A BMW dealer substantially re-built it after an accident, but did not replace the wheels (very expensive parts.) I recently noticed a slow leak in the front tire (about 5 psi per day, so maybe not so slow) and took it back in -- it turns out the cast wheel has a crack at the head of one of the "spokes" and is leaking air out slowly from there. The dealer patched the inside of the rim with some kind of rubber sealant to stop the leak. They assured me it was safe to do this, that the crack through which air was escaping was not a threat to the structural integrity of the wheel. I'm skeptical, though surprised that a dealership isn't pressing me to replace an expensive part (the front wheel.) What say you? Is it even plausible that it is, in fact, safe to keep running that wheel? It's a small crack, but I'm concerned unseen stresses on the metal could make it a big problem. I don't need some kind of super-awesome offroad racing capability here -- it's a bike for commuting and touring, but I'd really prefer my front wheel not break while I'm engaged in those activities.
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:20 PM   #2726
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19/17 set for 990adv.

Hi,

We can build a set of wheels using 19/17 excel silver rims with billet hubs, stainless steel spokes/nipples, and sealed for tubeless tires. It would be 2180 + shipping for the set and it would include a new sprocket.

We do have a very nice set with silver rims front is 2.5 x 19 excel, rear is 5 x 17 BEHR, oem hubs superlaced and sealed for tubeless tires, they are in great shape and are going for 1600 + shipping but they don't include tire's, rotor's or sprocket.

Shipping to Australia would be around 130-170 per wheel depending on weight and how fast we ship it.

If you would like to order a set of wheels it's best to contact us at woodyswheelworks@gmail.com

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Old 03-10-2013, 02:32 PM   #2727
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Old 03-10-2013, 02:34 PM   #2728
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Mine arrived today, thanks Guys!!!

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Old 03-10-2013, 02:34 PM   #2729
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Old 03-11-2013, 10:27 AM   #2730
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What options are there for a cush drive hub for an xr400r other than RAD cush hub? What are the strongest wheels out there: Excel, Warp9, Cacr, etc?
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