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Sold Woody's 19/17 Tubeless combo for KTM 690

Discussion in 'Parts' started by ZZZWFO, Sep 20, 2020.

  1. ZZZWFO

    ZZZWFO ZZZWFO Supporter

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    I am selling my 690 with these or separately. First cash in hand gets them. $1600
    Excel Rims
    RAD Billet Hubs made in the USA
    Superlace Stainless Steel Spokes
    Metzler Tourance Tires with about 1200-1500 miles on them (sorry can't be exact due to swapping)
    Tires and wheels are balanced. I have a NO-Mar tire machine and balancer
    Basically, you are getting the tires free anyways
    Rad Billet Carrier with isolators
    42 Tooth KTM Sprocket (45 is stock) and I have more that I am selling separately
    KTM Front and Rear Rotors
    ABS Rings front and rear
    All spacers
    Shortened Kickstand
    This makes for a quick switch and you can have the best of both worlds.
    If you are considering these, you have already done the research and know this is a deal. The wheels alone cost that from Woody's and for good reason. They are worth it.
    I use these on road trips with my street buds and occasional gravel road. I tried TKC 80s on them at first and they worked good off road and good on road. I switched to the Metzlers because I wanted better traction in the rain. They are phenomenal! These turn the 690 into a canyon carver and I can still ride gravel. Total transparency, I prefer the extra ground clearance and geometry of the original 21/18 wheels for single track. I am 6'2" so I don't have a problem with seat height. If you don't have a 34" inseam like me, you will find this and awesome setup for lowering the seat height and center of gravity. Thanks for looking and don't hesitate to PM me. I will be happy to share my phone # for more details. Pics below: Woody's on bike right.jpg
    Woody's Rotor.jpg Woody's Sprocket.jpg Front Tire.jpg Back tire.jpg
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  2. aerone

    aerone Clemson Cafe' Racer

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    Conversation inbound.
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  3. enduro16

    enduro16 Long timer

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    Cush hub?
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  4. ZZZWFO

    ZZZWFO ZZZWFO Supporter

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    Yes, the billet Cush drive has the rubber dampeners inside like KTM. The RAD hub and cush drive looks very similar to the KTM cush drive but is not exactly the same. Bolt pattern for sprocket is the KTM pattern.
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  5. ZZZWFO

    ZZZWFO ZZZWFO Supporter

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  6. caribooster

    caribooster Not enough time...

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    I have the wheel combo unit on my 690 and it really transforms your bike into a great all around street bike.
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  7. ncj01

    ncj01 Long timer Supporter

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    offer to buy in seller PM
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