KTM SuperMoto wheels

Discussion in 'Parts' started by sceep, Aug 20, 2019.

  1. sceep

    sceep Long timer

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    KTM 950 SuperMoto wheels for sale. $900

    17x5.5 Excel rear with 180/55 zr17 pirelli scorpion. Pretty worn but has a little life left.

    17x3.5 Excel front with 120/70 zr17 pirelli scorpion. Not as worn. Will last the rest of the season I'd guess.

    Removed from my 950. Unsure what other bikes they will fit. Do your research.

    Will ship on your dime. Located in ABQ, NM. (when I bought these it was roughly $200 to ship them from the NE)
    Can remove tires for shipment to save you some $.
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  2. ncj01

    ncj01 Been here awhile Supporter

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    rear will not fit any model smaller than a 950, free FYI-

    Front will fit the small bikes, given you use the small bike axle spacers, axle, and rotor.
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  3. sceep

    sceep Long timer

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    Thanks for the info.

    I was 95% sure when I bought them from here they had come off a 450. But I can be wrong. Will edit.
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  4. Xcelite

    Xcelite Been here awhile Supporter

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    Is the front wheel compatible with the OEM dual brakes? I don't see a second rotor on it.
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  5. ncj01

    ncj01 Been here awhile Supporter

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    if willing to seperate, i may be interested in the rear
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  6. sceep

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    It is single rotor, I ran them on my ADV. Remove right side caliper and hose. Install short single fitting banjo bolt @ master cylinder. It does make the lever much more firm but I never noticed any reduction in braking ability. Put close to 5k miles on them on 2 different bikes.

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  7. Whodatschrome

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    Is the rear carrier included? What sprocket gear ratio did you use?
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  8. sceep

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    Rear cush drive is not included.

    17/42 is what I ran.
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