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Warp 9 Complete Rear Wheel
Warp 9
Complete Rear Wheel
$323.99
You save $80.01 (20%)
  • Black/Billet
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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...
Pivot Works Rear Wheel Bearing Kit
Pivot Works
Rear Wheel Bearing Kit
$8.99 - $78.99
You save up to $5.96 (10%)
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Pivot Works Rear Wheel Bearing Kit Complete kit of bearings and seals for one axle Quality bearings feature durable rubber seals on both sides for protection from sand and water Specific kit may va...
Pivot Works Front Wheel Bearing Kit
Pivot Works
Front Wheel Bearing Kit
$13.99 - $60.99
You save up to $2.96 (10%)
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Pivot Works Front Wheel Bearing Kit Complete kit of bearings and seals for one axle Quallity bearings feature durable rubber seals on both sides for protection from sand and water Specific kit may ...
Pivot Works Rear Watertight Wheel Collar Kit
Pivot Works
Rear Watertight Wheel Collar Kit
$44.99 - $71.99
You save $5.96 (10%)
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Pivot Works Rear Watertight Wheel Collar Kit Upgrade to the next generation of wheel collars with the Pivot Works Watertight Wheel Collar Kit. Unlike standard wheel collars which allow water a...
Moose Racing Stainless Steel Spoke Sets
Moose Racing Spoke SetsStainless Steel steel spokes are interchangeable with Moose and stock rims and hubs 304 grade stainless steel meets or exceeds OEM standards Consistent-diameter design offers...
MSR Wheel Spacer Kit
MSR
Wheel Spacer Kit
$4.79 - $35.99
You save up to $3.25 (10%)
  • Black
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MSR Racing Wheel Spacer Kit Black anodized 6061-T6 Aluminum Hardened steel, zinc-plated Hardened steel wear surfaces greatly increase wheel bearing and spacer life

Latest Reviews

RD (Atlanta )

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You get what you pay for

Anyone who thinks that those "cheaper" pretty wheels will perform like these needs to have their head examined. Just like your daddy told ya - You Get What You Pay For. There are many reasons why these cost so much. They are BULLET-PROOF, light, look awesome (for years), and extremely durable. I have had wheels like this survive a busted chain and rear sprocket - where those cheap brands would have shattered into 1,000 pieces. PAY THE EXTRA MONEY FOR THESE! Get everything - Splinedrive nipples, billet hub, Takasago Rim, 3-cross spokes - ALL SO WORTH IT! (You will thank me later)

Lucas (HIGH RIDGE )

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Much improved quality

I build my own wheel sets as well as wheels for friends and the Warp 9 stuff has definitely gone up in quality over the last few years. Coating quality and trueness used to be quite debatable, I had a black wheel turn eggplant color in about a year once, it looked awful. They tend to be a bit more of a fight to get true than Excel, Behr or Sun rims, but they're ahead of where they used to be, and the best dollar value.

Lucas (HIGH RIDGE )

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Great deal for decent quality

I build my own wheel sets as well as wheels for friends and the Warp 9 stuff has definitely gone up in quality over the last few years. Coating quality and trueness used to be quite debatable, I had a black wheel turn eggplant color in about a year once, it looked awful. They tend to be a bit more of a fight to get true than Excel, Behr or Sun rims, but they're ahead of where they used to be, and the best dollar value. I jumped off of a loading dock and the wheels held up.

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.