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 Post subject: Plain aluminum front wheel?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2015 5:10 pm 
Sorry if someone has already posted this. Does anyone know of a front wheel (preferably one that fits with a 10/3 sized tire) that is just plain (no design) aluminum. In other words a front wheel that could match with this rear wheel: http://www.shop.theruckshop.com/Polishe ... 84-136.htm.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2015 3:53 pm 
Most start with Douglas Wheels http://dwtracing.com/
Units that have the most common hub size opening and bolt pattern already set
Machined Machines http://machinedmachines.com/shop/blank-wheels/blank-front-wheel/

Understand that to use this wheel, you will also have to go to disc brakes.

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10x2.5 are hard to find. They don't go up for sale very offend and when they do they bring top dollar and go quick. Good luck in your search

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Thanks guys I appreciate the input.


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2015 9:29 am 
Gleepglop wrote:
Sorry if someone has already posted this. Does anyone know of a front wheel (preferably one that fits with a 10/3 sized tire) that is just plain (no design) aluminum. In other words a front wheel that could match with this rear wheel: http://www.shop.theruckshop.com/Polishe ... 84-136.htm.

Any help is appreciated.


I can't open your link but have you tried eBay? There are tons of wheels that can run just need to look outside the "box". My Aprilia is a PITA to get parts for so I frequently source parts from other bikes.

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