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Old 03-30-2010, 05:17 PM   #1561
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Thanks for quick response

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well that depends on what you need,,,,because i can improve on most everything...for a plain oem wheel it would be hard to beat the $707 price... we can get these too,,,, you'd get the added langniappe of us touching up the true and spoke tightness.... a $35-50 freebie


#Part Number DescriptionlbQtyEach
01 36317708790 SPOKE WHEEL, REAR (18"X2.50)9.99 1 $707.71
02 27717696640 SPROCKET HUB1.88 1 $241.66
03 36317696643 SPACER BUSH0.04 1 $11.63
04 27717718214 SHAFT SEAL (D=32X47X7)0.02 1 $16.45
05 36317708734 GROOVED BALL BEARING (20X42X12)0.15 2 $30.69
06 36317708739 LOCK RING0.01 1 $2.95
07 36317708746 SPACER BUSH0.03 1 $10.92
08 36317696637 WHEEL HUB REAR3.19 1 $327.97
09 36317708734 GROOVED BALL BEARING (20X42X12)0.15 2 $30.69
10 36317708742 SPACER TUBE0.21 1 $21.40
11 36317708739 LOCK RING0.01 1 $2.95
12 36317708735 SHAFT SEAL0.02 1 $9.47
13 36317696649 WHEEL RIM REAR (2,50X18)4.74 1 $358.68
14 36317696647 SPOKE REART (L=213MM)0.04 X $2.38
14 36317696648 SPOKE REART (L=197MM)0.05 X $2.38
15 36312345623 NIPPLE (D=3,5MM)X $1.44
15 36317696881 NIPPLE (M4.5X0.75)X $1.44
16 36317697096 HEX BOLT (M8X35)0.04 6 $5.27
17 36317697097 FLANGE NUT (M8)0.01 6 $1.79
18 36317696645 AXLE SHAFT1.05 1 $93.97
19 36317708007 WASHER1 $4.65
20 36317697098 HEX NUT0.05 1 $8.49
21 27717696646 ABSORBER0.08 5 $12.67
22 33177696644 SPACER BUSH0.07 1 $11.45
23 36317697095 PUSHROD SEAL2 NA
36317697095 was superseded by 36312346150.
24 36311231871 TIRE FLAP1.04 1 $37.92
25 36311451958 BALANCE WEIGHT (5G)X $2.20
25 36311451959 BALANCE WEIGHT (10G)0.02 X $2.32
25 36311451960 BALANCE WEIGHT (20G)0.04 X $2.52
25 36311451961 BALANCE WEIGHT (30 G)0.07 X $2.87
25 36311454310 BALANCE WEIGHT (15 G)0.03 X $2.32
25 36311454311 BALANCE WEIGHT (25 G)0.06 X $2.72
26 27717696650 SPROCKET, ALUMINUM (Z=47)0.62 1 $83.43
26 27717716859 SPROCKET, STEEL (Z=47)2.09 1 $51.38
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Old 03-30-2010, 09:27 PM   #1562
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G'Day Woody,

Do you have a spoked wheel replacement solution for the BMW F650 Twin?

I would have thought that your excellent billet hub for the F800 would do for the rear, but I haven't seen any discussion on a possible solution for the front. Tubeless would be nice, but not by any means a deal breaker.

If you do, we would be in for two sets (his N hers).
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Old 03-31-2010, 04:43 PM   #1563
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Woody,

Got my tires off the other night using the 2x4 method and I think I am going to take the brake rotors off too and just get new ones. There isn't any reason to leave the abs ring on is there?

And my final question regarding:

Upgraded OEM spokes - 200 x2=$400(How much could I save getting reconditioned?)circa $30-40 /set ie $60-80


Are the reconditioned spokes/powder coated nipples that you have, the newer OEM stainless ones?

Gonna ship these out to you on friday.
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Old 03-31-2010, 09:36 PM   #1564
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Woody,

Got my tires off the other night using the 2x4 method and I think I am going to take the brake rotors off too and just get new ones. There isn't any reason to leave the abs ring on is there?

And my final question regarding:

Upgraded OEM spokes - 200 x2=$400(How much could I save getting reconditioned?)circa $30-40 /set ie $60-80


Are the reconditioned spokes/powder coated nipples that you have, the newer OEM stainless ones?

the reconditioned spokes are all ss from good take -off wheels ,,i couldn't in good conscience give you any of the old chrome spokes knowing their heads pop of quite regularly as well as rusting up ay the first scent of moisture not to mention road salts....if we have good non rusted nipples we may use them if they come from a powder-coated version...
Gonna ship these out to you on friday.
looking forward to being of service to you

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Old 03-31-2010, 09:39 PM   #1565
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F650twin billet wheel solutions???

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G'Day Woody,

Do you have a spoked wheel replacement solution for the BMW F650 Twin?

I would have thought that your excellent billet hub for the F800 would do for the rear, but I haven't seen any discussion on a possible solution for the front. Tubeless would be nice, but not by any means a deal breaker.

If you do, we would be in for two sets (his N hers).
g'day to ya too

ok,,checked with my man Zach..so sorry these hubs are different then all the others and we ourselves haven't been able to cross-pollinate any other existing hubs and transform them to your bike,,RAD has been given the specs already,,whether they are going to produce them waits to be seen,,will contact them on the possibilities thereof..

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Old 04-02-2010, 01:48 PM   #1566
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Woody,

Just shipped out the wheels via UPS, so no turning back now..

I decided to leave the rotors on and have you recondition them. I didn't realize how much Galfer rotors cost! One quick question, when you recondition the rotors, do you clean up all the bolts to make them look pretty too?
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Old 04-02-2010, 09:10 PM   #1567
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Woody,

Just shipped out the wheels via UPS, so no turning back now..

I decided to leave the rotors on and have you recondition them. I didn't realize how much Galfer rotors cost! One quick question, when you recondition the rotors, do you clean up all the bolts to make them look pretty too?


QUALITY=when it looks as good as it works & works as good as it looks

my bottom line...or didn't you know that

how would ya like em shiny/polished or satin/bead-blasted???

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Old 04-03-2010, 03:57 AM   #1568
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QUALITY=when it looks as good as it works & works as good as it looks

my bottom line...or didn't you know that

how would ya like em shiny/polished or satin/bead-blasted???

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Right on.. I think I'll have the satin/bead blast..

Wheels should be there next Wednesday!
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Old 04-03-2010, 02:38 PM   #1569
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we ourselves haven't been able to cross-polinate any othe rexisting hubs and transform them to your bike,,RAD has been given the specs already,,whether they are going to produce them waits to be seen,,will contact them on the possibilities thereof..
Thanks, I'll keep an eye out for updates here.
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Old 04-04-2010, 03:59 PM   #1570
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woody... I got a question on an xr650r

I bought this wheel from you several months ago, and when I mounted it, I noticed that on the non caliper side, the fork does not snug up to the spacer unless I force it over. The picture bellow shows where the natural position for the right side shock is. Its about 1/4" off the outside edge of the spacer. The question is, is that right or should I force the fork leg over, or have a larger spacer?

For what its worth, it does appear there is more space between the edge of the tire and the right side fork leg VS the edge of the tire and the caliper side fork leg


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Old 04-04-2010, 05:03 PM   #1571
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I bought this wheel from you several months ago, and when I mounted it, I noticed that on the non caliper side, the fork does not snug up to the spacer unless I force it over. The picture bellow shows where the natural position for the right side shock is. Its about 1/4" off the outside edge of the spacer. The question is, is that right or should I force the fork leg over, or have a larger spacer?
you do NOT wan to jam the fork over,,,they should sit naturally in place on the axle then snug the pinch bolts...check if the disc is centered on the caliper...can the caliper float???

For what its worth, it does appear there is more space between the edge of the tire and the right side fork leg VS the edge of the tire and the caliper side fork leg

this may indicate that the spacer on the disc side could be to narrow,,this set-up should replicate your oem wheel assy as far as spacing goes...if you have it please measure the oem offsets vs what's going on with the RAD set-up


i'll ask Zach first thing in the AM,,,,every once in a blue moon RAD sends a hub out with the wrong spacer,,,if i do not have the original wheel to reference against,,well,i'm SOL...
however,in the mean time do what i asked above and we'll get it sorted out mo ricky tick
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Old 04-04-2010, 05:36 PM   #1572
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hmmmm

I do not believe the caliper side spacer is wrong. The rotor is not a floating rotor but I can wiggle the caliper a little, and it looks centered on the rotor.

I do not have the oem... It got taken apart by mistake over there, and that is why I have this one... and dont read that as a complaint because I like this one better

I can bring it by next week if there is any concern that its not ok. I'm going to Baja in a couple of weeks so I would like to make sure its all good.

Thanks for the Easter reply... you are on it!
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Old 04-04-2010, 05:46 PM   #1573
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I do not believe the caliper side spacer is wrong. The rotor is not a floating rotor but I can wiggle the caliper a little, and it looks centered on the rotor.

I do not have the oem... It got taken apart by mistake over there, and that is why I have this one... and dont read that as a complaint because I like this one better

I can bring it by next week if there is any concern that its not ok. I'm going to Baja in a couple of weeks so I would like to make sure its all good.

Thanks for the Easter reply... you are on it!
it would be better to bring the bike in then..that way i can see the ''complete picture''

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Old 04-04-2010, 05:53 PM   #1574
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will do

I have to put it back together so it will probably be end of next week.

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Old 04-05-2010, 12:20 PM   #1575
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Hey woody.

Just some questions on a set of wheels for an f650gs dakar, basically i have some issues with the current wheels that are mainly cosmetic, stuff like the nipples starting to corrode and the coating on the hubs starting to lift in places. The stuff they spread on the roads in winter sure plays havoc with any exposed metals.

I'm over in the uk so sending out my wheels to you would be prohibitivly expensive but i would like your advice on what 'upgrades' can be done to these wheels from a distance. ie you send me the bits i build them then get them trued up.

I'd like to go to a stronger rim, along with larger spokes with stainless nipples. The hubs i can get anodised / powdercoated over here.

Is superlacing possible without sending the hub to you?

the other option is can you build the wheels from hubs alone? If i can source them.
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