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Excel / Behr Wheels.... - October 5, 2007, 09:43 AM

Does anyone on here lace wheels? Have the hook up at a shop for good prices?

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I need some wheels laced for my 50 too..subscribe.


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October 5, 2007, 11:11 AM

ha! i'm either going to learn how to do it or i'm in with you guys... i need a rear laced for my CB750 project.


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October 5, 2007, 11:22 AM

yzfrone has done it before. had a whole thread about it on here.
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i know how...did them before to perfection was taught by the best...

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off centering is the hardest but fun...

you can even make a stand with some plywood.
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i know how...did them before to perfection was taught by the best...

want me to show you how?
Yes, interested.


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we need to make a wheel stand

the one i used cost $500 bucks

it has to be stable...

that would be the first step.

then youll need small amounts of grease, blue contractors tape, nipple wrench

are you looking to use heavy duty spokes with aluminum nipples?

do you have all the supplies?
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October 5, 2007, 03:14 PM

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we need to make a wheel stand

the one i used cost $500 bucks

it has to be stable...

that would be the first step.

then youll need small amounts of grease, blue contractors tape, nipple wrench

are you looking to use heavy duty spokes with aluminum nipples?

do you have all the supplies?
Sounds kinky.. :dunno:


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