K & L Chrome Steel Spoke Wheel Weight

Customer Reviews for K & L Chrome Steel Spoke Wheel Weight

Overall customer review score:

Showing All 4 Reviews

Return to K & L Chrome Steel Spoke Wheel Weight Product Page

Reviews by real power sport enthusiasts...your opinion counts to us and fellow riders! Make the best purchasing decision by getting the latest reviews.

Customer Reviews

K & L Chrome Steel Spoke Wheel Weight Reviews

Your review could win you a $100 or $500 gift card!

Each review submitted enters you into a $100 gift card monthly drawing, and a $500 gift card quarterly drawing!

0 of 0 people found this review helpful.

Not like the old lead ones

CHRIS in CA

Comments On Oct 24, 2013:These are brass. I measure my spoke nipples and drilled the weight to match. Then used RTV silicone seal to glue the inside onto the spoke nipple.
By law, lead is no longer allowed for wheel weights.

Was this review helpful?

0 of 0 people found this review helpful.

PROBLEM

MORENO in VIC

Comments On Mar 03, 2012:Yes i agree the opening is too big and they can't be crimped propely. If they were made from lead this would solve the problem .
TECH NOTE: FOR HARLEY DAVIDSON UP TO 1998 AND ALL KLR650. THEY ARE A TAP/HAMMER ON FIT. #137212 ARE UNIVERSAL FIT AND CRIMP ON

Was this review helpful?

0 of 0 people found this review helpful.

Very good weights

Paul in QLD

Comments On Jan 25, 2012:I purchased these weights in all four sizes from 1/4 oz to 1 oz.
Found it impossible to crimp them onto the spokes, so I ended up drilling & tapping the weights and fixed them to the spokes using grub screws.
All the weights I recieved were chrome plated brass, not steel as advertised
TECH NOTE: FOR HARLEY DAVIDSON UP TO 1998 AND ALL KLR650. THEY ARE A TAP/HAMMER ON FIT. #137212 ARE UNIVERSAL FIT AND CRIMP ON

Was this review helpful?

7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Suck!

Walter in ID

Comments On Jun 06, 2011:The opening is too big to fit over my spokes. These need to be made out of lead. These junk steel weights can't be crimped down and when you try, they snap in half because the cheap chinese steel is so brittle.

Was this review helpful?