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Old 04-05-2010, 07:51 AM   #46
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You guys are killing me!!!!

OK, so now the hook is set...but I can't see Donato's pics without a google account...

Could someone PLEASE post them for easier viewing here?

OK Woody,
After reading through all these threads my head is spinning...

My question is:
Can you build a 19" front/17" rear KTM-type tubeless set of rims from my F800GS for street use?

Thanks!
you mean like this????
we've built half dozen of those with Excel rims and more recently a (19/17 with Caponord X-laced tubeless rims
here's sidestands bike


and here's the 4x17'' rear...trick Superlace pattern on powdercoated 60%glossy hub to satin black anodized rim





and the 2.50x19 front with wavy/floating Galfer rotors


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Old 04-05-2010, 07:59 AM   #47
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That's what I'm talkin' about Woody, thanks!

I'll be givin' you a call to get all the details.
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Old 04-05-2010, 08:01 AM   #48
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Hey Woody... The wheels are in Sydney for the two F800Gs's... Thanks mate

Now... I know you guys don't have the Tenere, so how do we go about getting an 18/21 set with RAD hubs for the XT660Z? If I get axle sizing and spacing etc, would that work? Talk to me Woody!!

that would be a good starting place ,,,a little sketch of the relationship of axle to which side the disc /caliper is on...where the spacers are,,,diameter/thickness of discs front/rear,,,,centerline of wheel and relaton to discs/sprocketspics help too

BTW.. Have you fitted your Ralle Moto steering dampener to the GS yet?

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i'll ptobably get to that this week,,,thanks BTW


i'll post a thread and take pics of the mounting process plus ride report
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Old 04-05-2010, 08:10 AM   #49
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and here's the 4x17'' rear...trick Superlace pattern on powdercoated 60%glossy hub to satin black anodized rim
Hey Woody, is it possible to build F800GS rims like this? Not just sealed rims?
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Old 04-05-2010, 08:15 AM   #50
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Hey Woody, is it possible to build F800GS rims like this? Not just sealed rims?
i just got finished saying we built the first set last week in the previous post #48 with pics

yes!!!
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i just got finished saying we built the first set last week in the previous post with pics

yes!!!
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That seals it for me - I'm keeping the F800GS and don't get a Tiger. As soon as I can get the money together you'll get an order in from me ... ;-)
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Old 05-06-2010, 08:25 PM   #52
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17 and 21 wheel set

what would i be looking at $$$$$ for a set of excel rims superlaced to billet hubs in 17" and 21" sizes stock widths as i do a lot of road and logging road type riding.
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price quote for 21/17 billet hubs and superlaced for F800GS

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what would i be looking at $$$$$ for a set of excel rims superlaced to billet hubs in 17" and 21" sizes stock widths as i do a lot of road and logging road type riding.
circa $1700-1800 depending on silver??color rims???,,sprocket etc

will try to get a pic or two for you too


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Old 07-15-2010, 01:54 PM   #54
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Anybody still reading this thread? Feedback from those who purchased?

I am headed this direction...more narrow front rim and an 18 inch rear. Just got off the phone with the Wheel Works and waiting my quote.

Anyone done the 18 inch and have a knobby suggestion?
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I just received a beautiful 19" front with SS hd spokes and billet hub from Woody's...

Spooned on a pair of Continental Trail Attacks along with a 15t sprocket today.

From a short test ride around the neighborhood, I'm liking it! It will be a huge difference from the stock 21" front and K60's I've been running on the dirt and street for the last 3,000 miles.

Street evaluation begins tomorrow in Texas, Arkansas and Missouri...
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Old 07-16-2010, 09:04 AM   #56
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hey steve how about a ride report !!! with pics while you are at it...

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Hey Woody... The wheels are in Sydney for the two F800Gs's... Thanks mate

Now... I know you guys don't have the Tenere, so how do we go about getting an 18/21 set with RAD hubs for the XT660Z? If I get axle sizing and spacing etc, would that work? Talk to me Woody!!

i answered that in this post:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...0&postcount=49

BTW.. Have you fitted your Ralle Moto steering dampener to the GS yet?

yup,,,and it worked better than i expected,,outside of the glitch of not knowing there was difference in the 2 kits you sent me

here's my 2 cents on the matter:
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=538974


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Anybody still reading this thread? Feedback from those who purchased?

I am headed this direction...more narrow front rim and an 18 inch rear. Just got off the phone with the Wheel Works and waiting my quote.

Anyone done the 18 inch and have a knobby suggestion?
Why you have to resurrect this thread?! Now I am all a drooling. . . Must resist temptation. . .

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[QUOTE=woody's wheel works;12363835]RIDE REPORT by Donato Yanitelli billet hubs #001

donato called me this afternoon and couldn't be more thrilled....beyond his expectations,,,700+ miles of hammering the New England back-roads,,,over the last couple of days

anyway he wanted me to share this with you,,,so here goes,,, ps: all he had was these cell phone pics as a teaser,,,he's going to hire a professional photographer for his official ride report...i told him to take a ride to Jersey City and visit our very own photo wizard sakurama...and his team of magicians at Team Incomplete's headquarters...http://www.teamincomplete.com/




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got out for 600 miles over the weekend. went to max ny store to show the boys the finished product....they loved it. the configuration and set up came out far better than my hopes.this bike handles like you can not believe. built for exactly the kind of riding i love on the kind of roads that i prefer that are less than perfect in condition.

elka did the shock and forks that are dog nuts.galfer rotors, conti attacks and of course woodys magic wheels take this machine to a new level. took the fork tubes up 5mm and run 30.5 psi front/ 35.5 rear.

this is the ticket for back road hell rides not heavy off-road. this thing will tear through beat-up pavement, tar/chip and hard pack like you would not believe, then you can take it to a track day.

thank you all for the first class work and service.

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Old 01-25-2011, 07:01 PM   #59
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you mean like this????
we've built half dozen of those with Excel rims and more recently a (19/17 with Caponord X-laced tubeless rims
Woody... what's the ballpark for a set of 19/17 with the Caponord X-laced tubeless rims for the F800GS? No special colors, just looking for plain black. Thanks.
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Old 01-25-2011, 08:27 PM   #60
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Woody... what's the ballpark for a set of 19/17 with the Caponord X-laced tubeless rims for the F800GS? No special colors, just looking for plain black. Thanks.
well plain black is no charge on billet hubs ...in fact ya have a variety of colors you can choose for your hubs at no charge,,,

if ya want satin black rims it adds $150/set and gloss black $200/set because we have to re-polish each rim after it get's stripped of the clear..

the sets run circa $2800

and if we go the billet hub n excel rim route and then seal them for tubeless you'll save circa $800

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