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Excel Rim A60 Rear Rim
Excel Rim A60 Rear Rim

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Item #EXC0005

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Top 1000
leominster, ma
Great buy!

I recently bought these for my KX along with RAD MFG. spokes and green nipples. These wheels look incredible and are the strongest I have ever used. I wasn't sure about the silver stripe around the rim at first but after I built the wheels and put the tires on I'm glad I got the A60's over the regular Excels.

Top 500
Las Vegas NV
Strongest ever!

The A60 is the best rim ever stronger and looks great !

11 Questions
Answered:   10
Not Yet:   1
Mathis122
Q: Can I use the A60 wheel with a warp9 hub. and what spokes would you recommend bike is a 2013 RMZ250
9 days 19 hours ago
DaveGearhead
Top 10
9 days 19 hours ago
A: You can use that hoop with the Warp 9 hub, but you may have to drill the hub to accommodate the size of spoke used. I would recommend using the Excel spoke kit.
Jonathan
Q: Can I use warp 9 hubs with these wheels? How about different spoke and nipple companies?
Over 8 months ago
2014 kx250f . Looking for green hub and warp 9 has them.
Michael
Top 10
Over 8 months ago
A: Why not just go with a full WARP9 setup as it is specifically tuned to fit your bike accordingly to their R&D on each and every wheel they produce.
Tvone597
Q: If I have tusk hubs for a 2018 crf450r can I lace the a60 to them? With stock or aftermarket spikes and nipples if so what spokes and nipple could mak
Over 10 months ago
David
Top 10 Contributor
Over 10 months ago
A: These are intended for OEM and Excel hubs using Excel spokes.
Moto134
Q: Will this be a 1.85 or a 2.15 width for a 2007 yz 250?
1 year 10 months ago
Jonny
Q: Will this rim work with stock 2007 CRF250X spokes?
2 years ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years ago
A: No, you would need Excel spokes/nipples.

http://rkexcelamerica.com/assets/a60rimnspokeappprice2016.pdf
Jonny
Q: Will a Tusk spoke kit work with this rim and stock hub on a 2007 CRF250X?
2 years ago
Stock 2007 CRF250X. I have already purchased a Tusk spoke kit for it (HR-18) and am hoping they will work with this setup (didn't notice the stock rim was toast before buying the spoke kit). Thanks Jon
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years ago
A: Fitment with tusk spokes can not be guaranteed.
tomas
Q: For a 2006 crf250r will this rim be a 19 by 1.85 or 19 by 2.15
Over 3 years ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 3 years ago
A: For your 2006 Honda CRF250R it would be a 19x1.85.
Tbone981
Q: Stock spokes?
Over 8 years ago
My bike came stock with excel takasago rims and i was wondering if those spokes would fit these rims or the other excel model rims?
dirt
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: usually, but depends on the bike.
kawiMX
Q: Do you offer the A60 in a combo wheel kit? Also is it drilled for 32 or 36 spokes and will heavy duty spokes fit or stock? And is it drilled for locks
Over 9 years ago
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 9 years ago
A: At the moment we dont have an A60 wheel combo. You will need to run Excel spokes, depending hard to say how many spokes it will be with out knowing what bike it's for, but if you profile your bike correctly you will receive a rim that is pre drilled with the correct amount of spoke holes and for a rim lock.
kyle1121
Q: Will this work?
Over 9 years ago
i was wondering if this rim will work with my stock 01 kx250 hub, if i could lace it to it? also, theres a few different sizes for the front and back rims, i was wondering what the stock or standard size of rim for both front and back usually are for a kx250?
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 9 years ago
A: Stock sizes would be a 21 up front and a 19 on the rear. You can run these with your stock hub and you should be able to lace them up yourself. Lacing can be confusing so if you haven't done it before I would recommend a mechanic to lace them.
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