stephen in MI
Been running these tusk wheels for few years now, they are tougher than the OEM Kawasaki wheels and the black anodizing holds up pretty good as well. Most of the time I just get the spoke kit with the wheels but if your in doubt check your spokes first to make sure they still move so you can reuse them. Also a tip if your using your old spokes put them in a 2L bottle with a little muriatic acid and shake it up, it makes spokes like new again(takes rust and dirt right off). Be sure to clean the acid off though and coat them with something so they dont tarnish right away. I use a SOS pad and water to scrub them down after the acid bath. Wire wheel the spoke nipples and I put a little antisieze on every spoke threads to keep it from getting stuck in the future.Read All Reviews
Kyle in PA
I ride extremely technical single track with tons of rocks and logs at very fast speeds. With this 4mm tube I don't need to worry about pinch flats or tube failures. Its so tough you would have a hard time puncturing it with a knife. Plus its half the price of the well know brands on the market.Read All Reviews
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