Well, I finally got my second wheel set finished up. I bought a 2007 KTM 300 EXC rear wheel and a 2004 Suzuki RMZ front wheel (Excel). The brake rotors are the correct size from both of these bikes, the RMZ is a fair bit thinner but it's a floating rotor. The KTM spacers work for the rear, I had to figure out custom spacers for the front. I bought (2) of the inner wheel spacers from the front hub assembly and my dad shortened them up on the lathe at work. I then took both wheels apart and blasted them to prep for powdercoat. The rear wheel had a crack in it so I bought a new black Moose rim to replace it. The spokes on both wheels had some rust, so I bought new stainless spoke sets for both wheels. While they were apart, my dad and I built a wheel truing stand. I laced and trued both wheels myself, it wasn't nearly as hard as I expected. I watched a couple YouTube videos and set off about it. I tightened the spokes according the the recommended sequence and then just snugged them up equally tight. I used an inch pound torque wrench, an Allen socket, and a spoke wrench to get a feel for the proper amount of torque. I don't have a spoke torque wrench. I also had to add some offset to the rear wheel. I used a makeshift plumb bob hanging from the subframe to center the wheel. I bought button head cap screws for the rear rotor for clearance reasons. With the factory bolts there was contact with the caliper bracket. When my dad saw them come back from powder coat, he decided they looked to nice to put my old death wings on and bought me as set of Avon Distanzias. They look really nice, I haven't had a chance to ride it yet though. I got them mounted up at a local motorcycle shop so I didn't have to worry about scratching my fresh powder coat. I'm really pleased with how they came out.