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Keep your tires turning with these dual sport wheel parts. If you need to do repairs, maintenance or full-on replacements, you’ll find a number of great items ready for you here. To keep everything operating smoothly, we carry bearings, seals and spacers. We also have rims, hubs, spokes or full wheel kits. If you need anything replaced on your wheel, we’ve got a great part for you. And if you do some heavy off-roading on your dual sport motorcycle, we also have rim locks.
Another reason you might want to consider replacement part is simply to get a unique look. The wheels are some of the most prominent components of a bike, so it’s relatively easy to give it a customized look by swapping out a few wheel parts. For example, we carry rims and hubs in several classy colors. There are also several valve caps that you can choose from in a variety of colors and styles.
If that’s not enough, there are also reflective wheel strips or spoke wraps you can use to really make your bike stand out. But it’s more than just adding a unique look to your bike. Some wheel parts serve a dual purpose. For example, the reflective wheel strips can assist with nighttime visibility, and the spoke wraps can help prevent spoke corrosion.
We carry major brands like Warp 9, Tusk, Dubya, Pro-Wheel, Nihilo Concepts, Slime and many more. Take a moment to browse our selection now!
Kenny in UT
Fit was good, install was as easy as it could have been for wheel bearings. The spacer has a nice tight fit so it doesn't fall out of the wheel when installing on the bike.Read All Reviews
Shawn in CO
Bought silver. 2 years, still going strong, still looking good. Rims don't disfigure on their own, and I don't care how much money you spend on a rim, you MUST maintain proper spoke tension or you will end up with a rim that feels like you are riding on a banana. If you have a shop true your new rim, make sure and get it rechecked after a ride or 2, and then again after a few more, or, if you're a DIY'er, re-torque your spokes after each of the first several rides. I hate seeing a bad product review because someone didn't properly maintain their purchase, then blame the manufacturer.Read All Reviews