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For sale Woody’s Wheelworks 21” front wheel for 1150gs

Discussion in 'Parts' started by jaybob, May 18, 2019.

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  1. jaybob

    jaybob Living the Dream

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    $1000 located in New Mexico.
    I included the invoice that should answer most questions I can think of.
    Rode for one summer, less than 500 miles. No dings.
    Really makes the old girl roll over rough ground easier. Still handles great on the road.

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  2. stcynik

    stcynik Adventurer

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    This is a steal! Absolutely love mine, and can attest while a somewhat pricey build by Woody's...def worth it.
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  3. jaybob

    jaybob Living the Dream

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    Thanks.
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  4. OBD

    OBD Other Brother

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    no rimlocks?
    were you using HD tubes? what pressures?
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  5. barndog

    barndog barndog

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    What difference does a Woody wheel make?
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  6. jaybob

    jaybob Living the Dream

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    I know I checked on this and have email alerts set up - so sorry I missed these.

    No rim lock, yes HD tubes, I only ran it in the low 20s on rough roads, and 30 on highway.
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  7. jaybob

    jaybob Living the Dream

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    Woody’s wheelworks is a hand built wheel shop in Colorado. https://woodyswheelworks.com/
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  8. Eddy Alvarez

    Eddy Alvarez Motorcycle ADD Supporter

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    21" versus 19" front wheel
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  9. jaybob

    jaybob Living the Dream

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    Ahhh, better roll over on rough and rocky roads. You can also run a wider variety of knobby tires.
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  10. revitup

    revitup Been here awhile

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    I ride with two wheels purchased from Woody's, a 21" BMW tubless wheel from a stock HP2 on the front and an 18" rear assembled by Woodies. Ya expensive. But a nite and day difference. Ever wonder why all KTMs use the 21/18 set up. On paper what can I say, but in the real world a very significant difference, now you really have a big monster for a dirt bike/enduro!!! NJK.
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  11. jaybob

    jaybob Living the Dream

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    Oops. I bumped this.
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