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Warp 9
Complete Rear Wheel
$363.99 - $399.00
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Warp 9 Complete Rear Wheel Lighter, stronger and ultra-trick looking, the Warp 9 Complete wheels are for the dirt bike rider who needs a wheel capable of taking big hits and wants to lessen unsprun...
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Warp 9
Complete Stock Replacement Rear Wheel
$323.99 - $363.99
You save up to $40.01 (9%)
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Warp 9 Complete Stock Replacement Rear Wheel Stainless steel spokes and nipples 7075 T6 aluminum sprocket included Stainless steel brake rotor included NAK seals OEM bearings Zinc pla...
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Moose Racing XCR Rear Wheel 7000 series aircraft-quality aluminum rims Three-stage heat treatment for highest strength Forged, then machined, 6061-T6 aluminum hubs are stronger than stock cast or b...
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Excel
Pro Series Supermoto Rear Wheel
$549.00
You save $61.00 (10%)
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Excel Pro Series Supermoto Rear Wheel Racing a Honda today and a Yamaha next week? Modular by design, Excel's patent pending PRO SERIES BILLET HUB and WHEELSET ASSEMBLIES are the ultimate in ...
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Warp 9
Complete Rear Supermoto Wheel
$366.99
You save $91.01 (19%)
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Warp 9 Complete Rear Supermoto Wheel 7000 Series aluminum rim 17" x 4.25" rim size 7075 T6 aluminum sprocket Oversized stainless steel spokes Stainless steel 6.8mm nipples (wont roun...

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Mark (Watauga )

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Awesome

These are some high quality bearings. Put them in the freezer before installing and they will drop right in. Seals fit perfectly too.

ernest (bend )

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Don't do it.....

I didn't realize this was an oversize kit when I ordered it. I just wanted a new set of bearings and have generally been pleased with Moose's products. Received the kit, installed it in the hub and could not for the life of me get the bearings centered in the hub, (inner brake pad was dragging). I eventually removed the Moose bearings, went back to stock bearings and had no problem. My best guess is that the spacer tube is just a touch too long and prevents the bearing from seating all the way.

becki (n.richland hills )

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rear bearings

they were a little snug to put in,but it was great riding & no noise!! I would recommend these bearing that we got for my 2007 Kawasaki 900 custom.

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