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Author: Subject: turning Wheel center in Rims
belgian2b

posted on 31/8/16 at 03:38 PM Reply With Quote
turning Wheel center in Rims

Hello,

i am looking for some old type wheels for my MX250

Ideally, i would like 14 " inch with a negative offset on the rear.
this means 2 differents models for front and rear.

So , i was wondering if i could just buy some 3 parts wheels ( for example : inner rim 5 ", outer rim 1.5 or 2 ",
dissamble 2 of them and re-assemble after turning the wheel rim ( so inner rim 1.5 or 2" and outer rim 5"

I was looking at some Gotti and PLS wheels


what do youhtink about this ??


Gerardo

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liam.mccaffrey

posted on 31/8/16 at 05:25 PM Reply With Quote
Pretty sure people like image wheels would supply exactly what you would want if you're willing to pay.





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v8kid

posted on 1/9/16 at 11:40 AM Reply With Quote
only if you want to have the valve on the inside of the wheel

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Originally posted by belgian2b
Hello,

i am looking for some old type wheels for my MX250

Ideally, i would like 14 " inch with a negative offset on the rear.
this means 2 differents models for front and rear.

So , i was wondering if i could just buy some 3 parts wheels ( for example : inner rim 5 ", outer rim 1.5 or 2 ",
dissamble 2 of them and re-assemble after turning the wheel rim ( so inner rim 1.5 or 2" and outer rim 5"

I was looking at some Gotti and PLS wheels


what do youhtink about this ??


Gerardo






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