spokes and nipples don't even fit together
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Bought the pro wheel spokes for my 2003 yz250 and they laced right up no problems only issue is the nipple head is a flat head wish it was an allan like others but no big deal. Only one weekend of riding so far but not one has came loose. Would buy again.
Installed on a '01 CR 250. Spokes seem to be pretty durable. Laced the stock wheel and had it trued at local shop. Took it out for a decent beating on forest single track for about 25-30 miles. Haven't loosened up at all. Wish they had hex nipple heads, but no big deal. Be sure to apply anti-seize to threads when installing.
upon braking stock spokes on my KTM while racing offroad, I looked into the double butted carbon steel ProWheel spokes that are claimed 30% stronger than stainless steel.. this may be true. but prowheel uses 2 different companies for their spokes. Buchanan (American steel) or Delta (Indian Steel). to see what's what when you get your order, check the spoke head for either a B or a D.. if its a D, send it back. I laced the wheel with the delta spokes oiled and torqued to spec. First ride on them I broke 5 spokes. Got on the phone with a prowheel mechanic, did not get a constructive solution to my problem. Called Buchanan spokes, then got all info about the spoke differences and the particular brand bikes frequent problems and why they exist, and they gave me a solution from custom building a spoke kit just for my problem for only a few bucks more than you can buy these Prowheel spokes. Raced a 2 hour endurance race yesterday on those spokes and none of them even loosened. If you ride a KTM offroad, do not buy these spokes , or at least request that they be Buchanon