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Old 03-21-2008, 12:13 PM   #736
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Could you quote new wheels built around my Cagiva Gran Canyon hubs?
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Old 03-21-2008, 06:08 PM   #737
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We had a Cagiva front hub in here and took our measurements and because of it's design, we would be unable to adapt it to a Capo(tubeless rim). We can put it to a set of Excel's though.

Cost break down with your hubs would be:
Superlace: $99x2
Excel 2.50x19-36H Silver: $195(10% off this month)
Excel 4.25x17-36H Silver: $250(10% off this month)
SS spokes and Nipples $128x2

Total: $899 + shipping

Black would be $150 more.

Let me know if this interests you and if you have further questions, don't hesitate to e-mail me at: woodyswheelworks@gmail.com

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Could you quote new wheels built around my Cagiva Gran Canyon hubs?
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Old 03-21-2008, 06:10 PM   #738
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R80G/S wheel

Thanks for the kind words. Sorry for all those smudge marks, I'll have a talk with my shipper and make sure that doesn't happen again.

Look forward to seeing the wheel on the bike and let us know if we can do anything for you in the future.

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Just got my BMW R80G/S rear wheel back from Woody's . Impressed with the work and the speed of turn around. Shipped it off March 5th, they had it on the 10th, and it was on its way back to me on the 13th. That included a phone call from the gentleman doing the actual work, just verifying that he understood exactly how much offset I was looking for.

This is with the "Superlace" SS spokes and nipples.

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Old 03-21-2008, 06:56 PM   #739
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hey mistah wheelman...hope this is right thread to ask this.just laced my new excel rear to my stock katoom cush w/your new spoke kit-did purty good,fer a "tard,me think,but what is an acceptable runout/wobble factor?['96 rxc 620,fcr/pipe/ktm race cam/240lb fatass/think I'm still a kid hard dirt rider/and still want long distace dually comfort]Have about 1/16" on one side,maybe that much on the other and NOOOO spoke torque wrench,just tight as hell and scared to tighten any more-or am I already fooked??Thanks!
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Old 03-21-2008, 07:06 PM   #740
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Cush conversion for non-cush KTM's

Here's the price breakdown with using your stock rim:

Superlace $99
KTM hub: $199
KTM Sprocket Carry & Rubber Dampener's: $149
Stiainless spokes and nipples: $128

Cost: $575

New Excel Rim 2.15x18-36H Silver: $155.95(get 10% this month)
Black is: $178.95

If you want non-stainless nipples, it saves $30.

If you'd like to order, then you can e-mail me at: woodyswheelworks@gmail.com or call us at the number below.

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You guys built me a set of spare wheels for my 950 a few years ago, they have stood up good so far.

I recently picked up an 04 625SXC with a non cush rear wheel. What would it cost me to have you guys convert it to a cush drive hub? Do you guys have any cush drive KTM wheels or hubs laying around there?
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Old 03-21-2008, 07:25 PM   #741
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Estimate for doing such a conversion:

Price breakdown

With BMW tubeless rim:

X-Lace & True: $150
Silver tubeless rim(unanodized): $361
Anodized clear or anodized black adds $35
Stainless Spokes, Anthracite Nipples, Grub Screws: $190

Total: $701(unanodized) $35 more for silver or black,,,,,add $447.20 for New BMW hub


With Excel Rim

Superlace: $99
Excel 1.85x21-40H Rim Silver: $195
Monzter SS Spokes & Nipples: $190

Cost: $484 ,,,,,,Black is $75 more,,,,and New BMW hub: $447.20

Woody's hub for the GS with ABS is being built and Woody has not decided on an official price for the new hub as of yet. He should let me know in the next couple days and will be doing a write-up on it.

Cost of the other parts are:

Superlace: $99
Excel 1.85x21-36H Silver: $179
SS Spokes & Nipples: $128

Cost: $406

Black is $75 more

The billet hub, will cost a tad more than the BMW stock hub.

Hope this info helps and if you're interested in getting an order started, feel free to e-mail me at: woodyswheelworks@gmail.com

Thanks,
Chris






Reply to question posed by KKTOS in our March sale thread, question:

I'm thinking about a 21' front wheel for my 1200GS.

Could you give me an estimate if:
-1- I sent you the stock hub
-2- you sell me a stock hub
-3- you sell me your woody's made hub

thanks,
/thierry
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Old 03-21-2008, 09:18 PM   #742
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well you are in the ballpark for a dirtbike,,,,

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hey mistah wheelman...hope this is right thread to ask this.just laced my new excel rear to my stock katoom cush w/your new spoke kit-did purty good,fer a "tard,me think,but what is an acceptable runout/wobble factor?['96 rxc 620,fcr/pipe/ktm race cam/240lb fatass/think I'm still a kid hard dirt rider/and still want long distace dually comfort]Have about 1/16" on one side,maybe that much on the other and NOOOO spoke torque wrench,just tight as hell and scared to tighten any more-or am I already fooked??Thanks!
you've got the right thread,,,,FYI 1/16''=.0625'' on the left and the same on the right equals 1/8''=.125 TOTAL runout,,,

we shoot for +/-.010-.015" or less total runout for street oriented bikes,,,,,thickness of a matchbook cover

REMEMBER,,,when truing first loosen,,,,then tighten,,,then tighten evenly,,,,

all spokes should sound the same,,,loosen the hi notes/pitch,,,patience,,AHHHHHHHHH
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Old 03-24-2008, 02:48 AM   #743
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HI Chris

I talked to you onthe phone last week about a new set-up for my 2007 Touring KLR650.
Please give a run down on price ok?
My rims sent to you.

Front 19" X 2 1/2" EXCEL rim GOLD
Rear 17" X 5" EXCEL rim GOLD Anodized.
with your thickest best spokes AND TUBELESS.

Note: I talked with EAST COAST ... they said they can use ALPINA's Tubeless
spokes on the EXCEL rims, and have had great luck with them. Can you do something like this? Seemed when we talked you were not too too confident in a tubeless setup for my bike.

Price total to K8V-4L2 Trenton Ontario Canada please.
thanks again
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Old 03-24-2008, 10:33 AM   #744
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Chris, I need a price quote for the 19/17 combo 990

Chris, I need a price quote for a nice set of rims and tires that will transform my bike as Woody says. I ride 90 street and 10 off road. Black should be fine for rims do they have orange hubs available. Superlaced. I heard conti TKCs are good tires maybe you can suggest something else. I like riding the twisties with the occasional off road trek. PM me with info

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Old 03-25-2008, 08:52 PM   #745
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Old 03-25-2008, 10:21 PM   #746
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Street setup needed

So I am looking for a Street setup for my 08 KLR, I do alot of trips and they seem to be either all pavement or mostly dirt. I'm thinking about getting a second set of rims for the street with some nice sticky rubber. I am going to be looking for a full setup, nothing is set in stone. I was thinking about maybe a 19 up front and a 18 on the rear. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Old 03-26-2008, 12:27 PM   #747
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a problem that a lot/most ural,dnepr and chang owners face-wheels and tires that are out of round.can you work your magic on these beasts??the good/bad news is that there are 4 wheels/rig!!
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Old 03-26-2008, 06:01 PM   #748
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Woody,

I'm interested in some wheels you have for sale on your site.

Check your PM's.

Thanks,

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Old 03-26-2008, 08:35 PM   #749
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KTM 950/990 Adv. Wheelsets

Mike-

A set with orange billet hubs and Stainless nipples is about $1490 this month. Normally $1590.

Tires are about $200-250 for a set of tires. I would recommend a little more aggressive tire for the type of riding you're explaining. The Conti Road Attack's are the most on-road oriented, otherwise the D607, Anakee's, or Tourances are 80/20 tire's.

If you're interested, e-mail me at: woodyswheelworks@gmail.com
and I can get you a full quote.

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Chris, I need a price quote for a nice set of rims and tires that will transform my bike as Woody says. I ride 90 street and 10 off road. Black should be fine for rims do they have orange hubs available. Superlaced. I heard conti TKCs are good tires maybe you can suggest something else. I like riding the twisties with the occasional off road trek. PM me with info

Thanks
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Old 03-26-2008, 09:06 PM   #750
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Hi Woody. Got a price on a the new premium Excel rim, blk with the silver stripe, laced onto a stock Husqvarna front TC450 hub, (mine). Will it need spokes too? Bike is an 06, wheel has been SXed into a good little wobble. Still rideable but far from perfect. Price to do the rear the same way too please if no trouble. Rear is still nice and tight/straight if it matters. Thanks.
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