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Product Description

  • Excel rims are found on more championship bikes than any other competitor combined.
  • Excel Motocross rims are engineered to take on the rigorous demands of top level racing. Excel uses 7000 series aluminum for their rims, whereas competitors use 6000 series aluminum. The higher grade aluminum provides additional strength that Excel's competitors cannot match.
  • The complex manufacturing process with multi-step forming and advanced robotic welding make the Excel rims far superior.
  • Note: the Excel Rear Rim is sold individually without spokes.
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JMO140 Location: Madison,Ms
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Great rim

durable, looks great on the bike. only complaint is that the Excel is written in Red on the rim. id prefer if it was black or engraved on the rim.

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Location: Jersey
'06 CRF 450r

This rim looks great and is the best quality aluminum. The silver rim looks like oem but a lot better quality. Keep it tight and true and it will last. The only rim to buy.

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Location: Madison,Ms
Best product

Best rim on the market

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Location: MASSACHUSETTS
A MUST FOR A WOODS BIKE.

RECENTLY CHANGED MY REAR RIM ON MY YZ250F FROM 19" TO 18". WHAT A HUGE DIFFERENCE, THE BIKE CAN TAKE MOST ANY ROCK OR BUMP IN THE WOODS AND STILL NOT KICK OUT ON ME. AND RELACING A RIM IS SUPER EASY. JUST DONT BE CHEAP ON THE SPOKES. GET THE EXCEL PRO. I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS RIM AND SPOKE SET TO EVERYONE THATS THINKING ABOUT CHANGING REAR RIM SIZE.

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Location: Madison,MS
Great Purchase

Best rim ever

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Location: Harriman, TN

Got the black Excells for my CRF 450R. Only thing I did not like is the Excell logo on the wheels started flaking off after the first wash.

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Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Nashville, TN
Worth the money

Good meaty chunk of aluminum, doesnt feel under built. Laced and trued easily. These rims have always been very durable in rocks, roots and logs. This rim is proving to be the same.

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Location: Port orchard, wa
Excel rear rim

Good strong rim far better then stock

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Verified Purchaser Top 250 Contributor
Location: Utah
Looks sick

This was my first wheel ive ever laced up. I used the excel spoke kit. It would have been easy if i knew the longer spokes go in the holes closest the the axle hole (the outside holes). Other than that it laced up easy and is pretty true. The spokes stayed tight after riding a track for 2+ hrs. Im happy with the wheel and it looks really good!

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Location: howell,nj
Excel rim

great rim and super strong. laced right to the oem hub with excel spokes and looks amazing

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motohonda831 Location: san diego, ca
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JEROMATIAS 1 month 20 days ago Location: MIAMI
HOW MANY HOLES 32 OR 34??
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 month 20 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The number of spoke holes in the rim would depend on what specific motorcycle the rim is for.
Joey 1 month 21 days ago Location: Visalia, CA, USA
Will this rim work with my stock spokes and nipples?
2005 Honda CRF450R
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 month 21 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes, According to Excel's fitment Chart ( http://www.rkexcelamerica.com/mx_excel_rims_spokes.html ) the 19" Rear Rims for your '05 Honda CRF450R would be compatible with the OEM Spokes and Spoke Nipples.
fodster 4 months 4 days ago
What width rim is this? 2.15 or 1.85?
MotoSport Staff Expert
3 months 11 days ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
That would really depend on what motorcycle it would be for. The wheel would be the same width as your original OEM wheel.
Rock 4 months 27 days ago Location: York, PA, USA
Looking for a 19"x2.5 32holerime in aluminum finish . Need a part number .?
darren Over 5 months ago Location: Indiana, USA
Wheel size and spokes?
I need an 18inch wheel for the front of an xr 600 using stock hub, spokes too can you guys help, want front and back same size it's an18 or 19.making street tracker
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
For this custom application, it would be recommended to speak directly with a wheel company such as Dubya USA or Buchanan's Spoke and Rim. These companies will be able to assist you in getting the correct rim and spokes you require.
Travo1378 Over 7 months ago Location: Rock Island, IL, USA
Do I have clearance enough to fit a 19 x 2.15 size of one of these on a 1999 KX 250? If I do, can I get that instead of the 19 x 1.85 stock spec size?
I am thinking of ordering both front and back Excel rims from you guys, just want to be sure that the 19 x 2.15 will fit fine on the rear using a Dunlop Geomax 120/80-19 tire...
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Yes it will fit, the 19 x 2.15 is actually the correct rim for your 1999 KX250. 1.85 rim was designed for the 125.
Bmcc Over 8 months ago Location: Nj
How many spoke holes does this rim have? My stock has 32 but i bought an aftermarket hub with 36 and theres no dropdown menu to choose 32 or 36?
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
The rim which you will need will depend on what hub you have. If you can give us a call and discuss what hub you have, we are more than happy to help get the rim that will be compatible with it.
jeremy Over 11 months ago Location: Idaho
Will this rim require new spokes and nipples?
2009 KX450F rear. or can i use the stock ones on the bike?
MotoSport Staff
Over 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
For your 2009 KX450f you can re-use your stock spokes or use the Excel spokes. They will both work for that model.
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morin Over 4 years ago Location: connecticut
Cost?
what would be the average price to have this wheel laced with excel spokes?
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
could range from 50-75.. Hard to say though, labor costs vary from place to place.
motohonda831 Over 4 years ago Location: san diego, ca
How many spoke holes does it have?
i have an 05 crf 450r but im running talon hubs on it. these hubs run a 36 spoke set up over the stock 32 hole set up. i was wondering if you carry rims with 36 spoke holes and the 36 spoke kits
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Tualatin
these are the stock replacements with the 32 holes. we do not carry but can definitely order you the 36 hole rim and spoke kit for the Talon wheel, just give us a call at 888.676.8853. Just be sure to let us know it is for the Talon wheel.
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