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    Sold the bike, time to send the spares to a good home as well... I purchased this used rim/hub set off a fellow TTr's 2010 CRF450R for use as my RCSX "race" wheels, while using my worn stuff for practice during the week The wheels have powder coated hubs, and are complete with rotors, a Rental 51 tooth sprocket in good shape, axles, axle blocks, axle nuts, spacers, etc. Front rim 21 x 1.60 D.I.D. Dirt Star - Rear is a 19 x 2.15 OEM Honda Both in excellent condition, complete with rim locks Volusia Motorsport mounted the tires (Dunlop GEOMAX MX 32s) and tubes (MSR HDs) as pictured, they are absolutely brand new This is the perfect complete setup for a quick Friday night wheel swap to fresh rubber for weekend racing I purchased them for my CRF450R, but I have been told this set will fit the following: 2002-2012 CRF450R 2004-2013 CRF250R Note: If you happen to have a 2013 or newer 450R (or 2014 or newer 250R) these wheels can still be used on these bikes but you will need a rear hub sprocket spacer to make the rear wheel fit properly $600 (or reasonable offers) includes boxing & shipping to your door in the Continental US



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    Used Hammerhead +15 Shift Lever This is the more expensive CNC Machined 6061-T6 model that accepts different tips Per the HDMoto website, this part fits: 2002-2008 CRF450R 2005-2015 CRF450X 1994-2007 CR250R Great swap for riders that wear a size 11-12 boot, the +15 gives the rider more room for a better fit and more accurate shifting Used for 3-4 practice sessions, I sold the bike, this is one of the few items left Comes as packaged, w/sticker, some cosmetic wear, see pics for condition Retails for $79.99 w/optional +15 tip Price includes priority shipping within the continental US $45 Now $40 OBO


  3. If you're looking for power/speed from a 2smoke Kawi, IMHO, it's hard to beat a ZXI 1100 (maintenance and repair is a breeze as well)
  4. Florida

    Saturday am may work for me too.
    For my most recent ride I replaced a slightly worn Dunlop 756F Race Replica front with an MX32 for use in the sand and loamy soil here in East Central FL. Honestly, I'd give it 6 stars if I could, because many laps later... I'm still trying to reach the cornering limits of the new tire's potential...
  5. Florida

    Welcome Slo, Looks like you're in the Jax area, correct? Where do you ride, or plan on riding? I did want to try out WW, but am waiting until I have a full day to make the trip up and back. Nick
  6. The best kept vet secret? Pick your riding buddies by age. Make sure they're all considerably older than you...
  7. Florida

    Interested. Bike's ready. Truck's ready. Slow, old, beat up rider's kinda ready. It all depends on my house guest's schedule. If they decide to head back north Sunday am. I'd like to check the place out. I'll shoot you a PM if it looks doable. Thanks for the heads up
  8. Gotcha, thanks DonO. I'm only an hour away, and would like to try it out... is there a track website w/schedule available? Every attempt I made to find one ended in broken links or @ the track facebook page.
  9. Sorry DonO, I'm really new to the area (August) and have no idea of where you're referring to. However, I am always looking for new places to ride, so if you would fill in the blanks...
  10. "I want to replace my beaten Late 70's Scott boots with a new pair of TCX Pro 2.1s." PLEASE! MY BOOTS AREN'T "OLD SCHOOL..." "THEY'RE ANCIENT SCHOOL!"
  11. Illinois

    +1 on that! Had a great time this past Sunday, everything was in better than expected shape. Well worth the drive and $$$.
  12. Phillybeef, #3 is a classic, thanks for sharing! Another from Honda Hills, PLEASE no comments on the form, remember, this was Old Skool stuff:
  13. Came across a few old treasures, here's one: Honda Hills circa 1979, when Dick Klamfoth still owned the place. I always wondered how noisy the roost was to workers inside the scorer's shed in the background.
  14. WC on the rad braces and glide plate for MX. First things I bolted on to my 450. Great fit, very light weight. Get ready for a bit more noise from the engine tho, reflected from the glide plate. If your bashing in the woods, Devol may be a better choice. And yes, swapping out the chain is a good idea. It'll let you use the stock sprockets MUCH longer.