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Old 03-26-2010, 02:10 PM   #1547
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how to tell your excel rims apart

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Originally Posted by overlandr
Hey Woody, If an silver EXCEL rim has no stamped lettering or numbering on it - what can this tell one?? I would have thought all Excel rims should have model numbers stamped into them.
FYI,,,well that is really odd,,most every rim has at least the width x diameter and ususall the date of manufacture....

it could be a generic rim used by an oem bike builder for off road use... the DOT usually demands the above info size n date

single signature excels are found on oem bikes,,the double signature stuff and the A-60 line are aftermarket extra song 7000 series rims.

the aftermarket rims pre-drilled for certain model bikes will usually have a code on them... the rims that Buchanans and several other wheel builders sell only have the size stamped on them because they arrive undrilled/punched and we custom drill them for the application ,,, lace patterns and nipple sizes we choose.

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