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Old 10-08-2012, 02:48 PM   #1
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I see there are a few out there...
who makes the best one...
which one have you used?
also where is the best place to get a 12" rim and spokes for the front?
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Old 10-08-2012, 03:03 PM   #2
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I see there are a few out there...
who makes the best one...
which one have you used?
also where is the best place to get a 12" rim and spokes for the front?
trailbikes clutch kit

spokes from buchanan

how many spokes is the front wheel? as far as the wheel, on the cheap.... if my quick google search is accurate you can use a stock 70 rear wheel on the front the just throw some tt92's/bt601's and ur good to go

otherwise get some 12x2.15 from http://www.radmfg.com/ that's the brand I have on my bike and as far as I know the only place left that has wider than stock 12 inch wheels
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futher searching I think its a 36 count on the front 32 rear, if so you can lace up a klx rear wheel on the front of your xr since its a 36 count
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I have not even looked at it close yet... just toying with ideas for things to do to the wifes pit bike...want to let her ride it like it is for a bit to get used to it before i play with it. thanks for the heads up on places to look.
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Don't put a manual clutch on a pit bike - that complicates the carrying of your favorite refreshing beverage
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I can get trail bikes parts cheap and I can get spokes Buchanan as well. Just sayin. Let me know if you need any help with it.

Trail bikes makes all kinds of goodies for the 70.
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There should be a mockrace at the end of each TMGP race day in traditional Out Cold fashion. It would be epic.

on topic.. Mine's billet, works great.. Pretty much everything I hear about trailbike stuff is solid though.
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