Purchased the Pro Wheel rim and spokes and had to drill the rim for spoke nipples to fit. You would think Pro Wheel spokes would work perfectly with a Pro Wheel rim but that was not the case in my situation. Quick and easy fix but was a pain nevertheless. Laced up easy after that.
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I have 3 kx500's and have pro wheels on two of them. I used my old spokes and had no problems getting the rims trued up. They look good and apparently are built well enough to handle the most torque that any dirt bike is going to put on em because they're holding up fine. The only issue I have with pro wheels is that they stopped offering green anodized rims. And that's just a sad thing that next time that will force me to use DNA, or WARP 9. But the loss of my business when it comes on a color they don't stock any longer is another manufactures gain. Otherwise ill stick with pro wheels. Oh well. Pictures is a pro wheel rear and a dna front rim. Because I must've bought the last green pro wheel rim for the rest and couldn't find a green front pro wheel anywhere.
Got a set of rims for '14 kx250f. The rear actually came with an extra hole..not for a spoke but for rim lock or valve stem so it had three holes. Front wheel was scratched and dented inside. First time trying these out and not too impressed
Bought this rim to replace the existing stock Honda rim on my 2003 CR250R. Bought HONDA OEM spokes to go along with the new rim and used the existing stock hub. After lacing the rim up, I torqued the spokes in three steps. I alternated sides of the rim when torquing. I would torque two spokes on one side, then go to the opposite side 180 degrees to torque the opposite two spokes. Did this until all spokes were torqued to Honda service guide specs. I then mounted the rim up on the bike to true it up. To my surprise, the rim was just about as true as one could get it and would be satisfactory for most folks. Because I am very particular, I did some very minor adjustment to get the rim near perfectly trued. The finish seems to be very durable. Tired mounted easily although I used some protectors to avoid damaging the finish on the rim. I used lots of baby powder inside the tire and on the inner tube. This helped a lot when mounting the rear tire.