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Rock A168 Center Cap Rock A168 Center Cap ttwheelsquad - Perfect Fit "Snapped right in. No fitment issues with my A168 rims on Grizzly 450."
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Rock A168 Aluminum Wheel Rock A168 Aluminum Wheel ttwheelsquad - Better than I was expecting "For such an inexpensive rim, they look way better than I was expecting. Fit was great. They aren't bead locks, but I'm only using them on a 450 and not in crazy terrain. I have already recommended them to others."
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Marchesini Motorcycle Wheels:

One of the easiest ways to make your bike handle dramatically better is with a lighter set of motorcycle wheels, and there's no better wheel than Marchesini. With countless racers and teams riding their wheels to victory, Marchesini has a pedigree that can't be ignored. If you can't tell by the name, they're an Italian company devoted to making the lightest, strongest motorcycle wheels possible. In reducing your wheel weight, you're not only reducing the amount of unsprung weight on your bike, but the general rule is that for every pound you save on a wheel weight, that equates to about 2.5lb of sprung weight. Not sure what that means? Simply put, sprung weight is everything from the springs up, unsprung weight is everything from the springs down. Wheels, shocks, springs, axles and motorcycle tires contribute to the unsprung weight. The bike, engine, fluids, you, your passenger, and anything else that's comfortably supported by the suspension all contribute to the sprung weight.

Marchesini is devoted to making the lightest, strongest motorcycle wheels possible. They're commonly seen on Ducatis, not to mention many other high-end sport bikes and a majority of world-class race bikes. Sure, they're an investment, but it's an investment with instant rewards. You'll notice a huge difference in the way your bike rides; It'll feel lighter, nimbler and the turn-in will be sharper. Plus, let's be honest, our selection of Marchesini wheels definitely aren't bad to look at.