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Old 05-11-2008, 06:24 PM   #1
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Anyone have a 12" front wheel for a kx65?

Starting to get parts lined up for my 65 I need a Front wheel tires and suspension if you have anything i can use and anything else you think i need let me know

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Old 05-14-2008, 01:13 PM   #2
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i bought an excel rim and a spoke kit from Cycle Gear. I laced it myself, pretty easy if you label the holes before you start. I numbered the hub and original rim, then put tape around the new rim and transfered the numbers over. Laced right up.

I had my suspension re-done by Patrick at Motorcycles Unlimited.
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STOP TRYING TO CUT CORNERS. BUILD THEM RIGHT. GET SUM CYCLONE 2.15"x12" rims & A SPOKE KIT AND BUILD THEM ON THE STOCK HUBS.
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STOP TRYING TO CUT CORNERS. BUILD THEM RIGHT. GET SUM CYCLONE 2.15"x12" rims & A SPOKE KIT AND BUILD THEM ON THE STOCK HUBS.

like he said. I used excel rims, not sure which is better or if it matters at our level.


Jody? Cyclone vs. excel?
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like he said. I used excel rims, not sure which is better or if it matters at our level.


Jody? Cyclone vs. excel?
EXCEL is more widely known, but the Cyclones ive been using are just as good in my opinion
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I've got an old KX - not sure if it is a 65 or a 80???? it is a parts bike - do you think you could use any parts off it? parts are real cheap...
let me know..
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the rear rim is a 12 x 1.6, it could be used. my excel front is a 12 x 1.6
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the rear rim is a 12 x 1.6, it could be used. my excel front is a 12 x 1.6
u should use 2" x 2.15" front and rear
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I've got an old KX - not sure if it is a 65 or a 80???? it is a parts bike - do you think you could use any parts off it? parts are real cheap...
let me know..
have a motor? year and displacement would be awesome too.
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u should use 2" x 2.15" front and rear
I dont know alot about this stuff but a 2" x 2.15" seems kind of small and I feel that it would put alot of strain on the motor turning a 2" wheel lol


j/k I knwo you meant 12"
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I dont know alot about this stuff but a 2" x 2.15" seems kind of small and I feel that it would put alot of strain on the motor turning a 2" wheel lol


j/k I knwo you meant 12"
yep... i meant 12" . the anastesia hadnt worn off yet obviously !
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yep... i meant 12" . the anastesia hadnt worn off yet obviously !
Wow I missed something! What the heck is this about?
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http://www.radmfg.com/hex%20kit.htm has rims now. I think they are still listed as Cyclone, but they are CACR or something I believe which seem better quality than the Cyclone rims. 2.15 width by 12"

We have some on our endurance mini and they are very nice quality.
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i had a crash that ruptured the discs that were herniated (bulging)
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Aaahhh man Jody that sucks! Are you planning to have surgery or what?
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no surgury as of yet....
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