Mark in PA
My KTM has an aftermarket hub, Dubya to be exact, and this caused fitment issues. I had to machine around 3/8in off the center collar because it was too long. It is too long because the bearings could not seat into the hub and I could not install the seals. If you run into issues with fitment, don't go and cut 3/8in off because that is an estimate. Take your Dubya wheel and bearing kit to a machine shop and have them shorten it.Read All Reviews
Tyler in Michigan
I bought these wheels not knowing what to expect, after riding with them for a year and putting 100 hours on them I am very pleased. I race enduros and have used these in whoops and rocks being an A rider and never had an issue. I have never had to tighten any spokes nor have I had to true them. I run Moouse bibs in them and they have held up to the abuse of putting new tires on. I wouldn't hesitate to buy these wheels again and I am very happy with the purchase!Read All Reviews
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