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Old 03-12-2013, 02:05 PM   #2731
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I want to buy a 3.5 x 18 rim with 32 dimpled holes, can you sell me that? The bike is an XR650L so it needs to be as good as the original DID rim. Thanks.
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:15 PM   #2732
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Old 03-12-2013, 02:26 PM   #2733
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3.5x18'' 32 hole rim for XR 650L ???

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I want to buy a 3.5 x 18 rim with 32 dimpled holes, can you sell me that? The bike is an XR650L so it needs to be as good as the original DID rim. Thanks.
i bet we have something like that,,

FYI it would be good/help to know:

a,,if it is for the front or rear hub

b,,what size rim you currently have

c,,if ya want staandard gauge or better quality spokes n nipples or even superior lacing pattern/techiques aka my Super-lace technology

holler with some answers

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Old 03-12-2013, 02:28 PM   #2734
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some nice pics of your bike n new wheel

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Old 03-21-2013, 07:16 AM   #2735
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Hi Woody,

I was wondering what rim I could get for my 06 ktm 640 adventure dual disc front wheel. I need a good rim and spokes and get it laced up using my hub. Would appreciate your help. Thanks
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Old 03-21-2013, 10:48 AM   #2736
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Thanks for the great service, got my tires and irons!
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Old 03-26-2013, 02:03 PM   #2737
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Can you tell me how a shop would know , or supposed to know the rear offset of hub in all particular models ?

Is there a Manual That these specs are provided ,etc ?

If you are sent a hoop and a hub from a customer and asked to lace it for a specific model , I'm guessing you would order spokes for application then lace , but to what specs

How do you know where to put the hub in relation to the hoop ?

Especially if diff size / width of hoop is supplied ?

Is offset measured from the sprocket mounting surface or rotor mounting surface to edge of rim ?

I am in a nightmare situation and Hope you can help .

I have learned my lesson .


I think I know where my application needs to be , in fact , I know I know ,

But a wheelbuilder here in the U.S. that I used just cant seem to get it.

I sure don't think My app is an oddball .


.Please Help me with This .
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Old 03-27-2013, 08:27 AM   #2738
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what rims are available for the KTM '06 640 Adv??/

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I was wondering what rim I could get for my 06 ktm 640 adventure dual disc front wheel. I need a good rim and spokes and get it laced up using my hub. Would appreciate your help. Thanks
look,there's several threads devoted to nothing but what's aavailable for that bike of yours...go to WWW.woodyswheelworks .com and you'll find a plethora of options...

here's a few threads in adv rider for perusal:

1,, BWOE the 19/17 set up
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=439443

2,,Caponard genuine tubeless set up
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=465628

FYI,,we can narrow the search down by you telling me how hard you ride where you do mst of your riding,,,how much $$$ya want to spend..and i'll suggest som epretty good proven options...

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Old 03-27-2013, 09:00 AM   #2739
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where's the specs for rim offsets on all the bikes

i'll answer in bold below to save time,,,

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Can you tell me how a shop would know , or supposed to know the rear offset of hub in all particular models ?
few shops have this data,,we acquire it over time because i make a practice of recording most evrything i /we do here...we may have some data,,Buchanans may have some data,,,handing it out to everyone is a frowned upon practice in the industry,,mainly because it is simply not available 'cept through conscientious/diligent homework ,,if you tell me a specific make/year/model i'll see if we have the data and share it as an ADV inmate langniappe

Is there a Manual That these specs are provided ,etc ?...no

If you are sent a hoop and a hub from a customer and asked to lace it for a specific model , I'm guessing you would order spokes for application then lace , but to what specs ,,,like i mentioned above,,i have a 40 year database,,,FYI Buchanan's and us routinely scratch each others back to enlarge this database

How do you know where to put the hub in relation to the hoop ?,,we start out by measuring the offset on the oem assembled wheel,,using some agreed upon reference point,,myself i like using the centerline of the rim to some fixed surface on the hub,,it serves me better because we constantly change rim widths dependin gon your application,,the centerline always remains the same

Especially if diff size / width of hoop is supplied ?,,check previous reply

Is offset measured from the sprocket mounting surface or rotor mounting surface to edge of rim ? ,,whatever you want to use is ok,,as long as it is consistent,,make sure you ask what surfaces etc the person that you are acquiring data from used for their specs,,remember apples to apples etc

I am in a nightmare situation and Hope you can help . ,,i'm trying,,,FYI when in doubt n despair you can always send it here and spare your self the nightmares

I have learned my lesson . ,,,i hope so


I think I know where my application needs to be , in fact , I know I know ,

But a wheelbuilder here in the U.S. that I used just cant seem to get it.

I sure don't think My app is an oddball . ,,,like i said many times before,,,the buck stops here,,telling me what wheel/rim/model bike front /rear would make my assistance an even easier task,,holler

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Old 03-27-2013, 09:12 AM   #2740
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Ok Woody ,

The application is for an xr650l.


Service manual list offset as 19mm from outemost edge of rim to rotor mounting surface . Again 19mm

I will give you the OE rim width since I do know it , It's 79mm



The rim I'm using is an excel 4.25 wide , its width is 126mm


What would the new distance be from rotor mounting surface to edge of rim ?
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Old 03-30-2013, 07:13 AM   #2741
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the Rx for figuring rear wheel offset oem rim to wider 4.5'' on XR650L

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Ok Woody ,

The application is for an xr650l.
Service manual list offset as 19mm from outermost edge of rim to rotor mounting surface = 19mm

OEM rim width = 79mm

new rim width = excel 4.25''/ 126mm

What would the new distance be from rotor mounting surface to edge of rim ?
OK real big man,,,,
OBTW i answered this a few days ago but somehow it didn't post???? here goes once more...

1,,, if the oem rim =79 mm and the new rim is 4.25''/126 mm wide overall then the distance to centerline of each rim is 1/2 of the width,,,,

2,,so centerline [CL]of oem = 1/2 overall distance = 1/2 of 79mm = 39.5mm

3,,, CL of 4.25''/ 126mm = 1/2 of 126mm = 63mm

4,,, so the disc mounting surface to CL of rim = oem offest to edge =19mm + 39.5mm [edge of rim to CL = 58.5mm

5,,,NOTICE!!! the new rim's distance from edge to CL= 63 mm it is actually wider than the oem offset from disc surface to CL by 4.5mm [ ie 63mm minus 58.5 mm]

6,,, Rx= take a straight edge across new rim edge and measure 4.5mm in toward disc mount surface,,,in the oem measuerents you placed the straight edge on disc mount surface,, now ya have to use the new rims outer edge as the reference point.....

7,,,we aren't done yet,,,,please double check th eother side of rim to see that the tire will clear the chain....IMHO,,,figuring this out is the first order of business.....i assume ya did that already


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Old 03-31-2013, 11:42 AM   #2742
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Hey Woody,

I have a hub and rim for the rear wheel of a Honda transalp (17"). Could you give me an idea of what it would cost to lace it up with stock or similar spokes? And approx shipping to San Fran, CA?
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Old 03-31-2013, 09:21 PM   #2743
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$$$$=???? to lace n true an oem 17 rear to oem hub???

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I have a hub and rim for the rear wheel of a Honda transalp (17"). Could you give me an idea of what it would cost to lace it up with stock or similar spokes? And approx shipping to San Fran, CA?
bonedoc,,,,
on low end circa $200-250 for everything including S&H

circa $300-320 for Superlace n true with heavy duty ss spokes n nipples + one warranty

we cam do anything from low budget to high end,,tell me your needs / budget / riding style rtc and i'll steer ya in the right direction to get the most out of your $$$


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Old 04-02-2013, 06:28 AM   #2744
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OK real big man,,,,
OBTW i answered this a few days ago but somehow it didn't post???? here goes once more...

1,,, if the oem rim =79 mm and the new rim is 4.25''/126 mm wide overall then the distance to centerline of each rim is 1/2 of the width,,,,

2,,so centerline [CL]of oem = 1/2 overall distance = 1/2 of 79mm = 39.5mm

3,,, CL of 4.25''/ 126mm = 1/2 of 126mm = 63mm

4,,, so the disc mounting surface to CL of rim = oem offest to edge =19mm + 39.5mm [edge of rim to CL = 58.5mm

5,,,NOTICE!!! the new rim's distance from edge to CL= 63 mm it is actually wider than the oem offset from disc surface to CL by 4.5mm [ ie 63mm minus 58.5 mm]

6,,, Rx= take a straight edge across new rim edge and measure 4.5mm in toward disc mount surface,,,in the oem measuerents you placed the straight edge on disc mount surface,, now ya have to use the new rims outer edge as the reference point.....

7,,,we aren't done yet,,,,please double check th eother side of rim to see that the tire will clear the chain....IMHO,,,figuring this out is the first order of business.....i assume ya did that already


woody


Woody ,


These are the exact numbers I come up with , not exactly the same manner , but nevertheless , the same answere . 4.5mm



I even mentioned this number to the builder before I sent thim and he said no problem.

I have a few sets of this setup and sent pics with a straight edge clamped underneath each rotor sticking out to edge of hoop showing where the hub should be located and sent pics of the 1 that's not correct to compare and he still cant get it .


Chain , with this number there is no chain rub with a 150 , I would imagine if ya wanted to squeeze a 160 in you could prolly cheat the offset over 10-12 mm if the spoke drill on the rim would allow that .


Now ,

How much to move my hub over 10mm , which is what its currently out .







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Old 04-02-2013, 11:58 AM   #2745
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Hi Woody,

I have some (21/18) Aftermarket excels (8.5mm holes) for my YZ250 (2009) ready to go. I haven't bought spokes yet..

1) Can these rim's be super laced without drilling/resinking nipple seats? Visually, it looks like the nipple seats and bores can accommodate the little extra angle from the x-3.
2) If so can I buy the superlace spokes from you and build the wheels myself? (I have built a couple wheels a while ago but would really like to do it since I've got some time before the season begins)
3) My riding history says that I am not that hard on wheels so I dont think I would see the value of oversized spokes? (Would like to keep the wheels light)
4) Would you be able to quote me:
a) superlace spokes F & R if possible? or
b) 8.5mm alu nipples for the front oem spokes and 18" cross-2 spoke set for the rear?

THANK YOU!!
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