The ultimate low-pro under jersey roost deflector returns. With a soft next-to-skin inner liner, ample ventilation and full plastic coverage front and back, the Titan Race Subframe continues to be the benchmark for nonrestrictive and comfortable under jersey performance. Plastic back and chest plate. Designed to be worn underneath the jersey. Strategically placed vents for maximum cooling. Waist straps are easily adjusted for custom fit. CE certified.
The Excel Takasago aluminum alloy rim is the benchmark in off-road racing rim technology. Every Excel Motocross rim is engineered and designed to perform in extreme hostile environments where other rims routinely fail. Fact, Excel has won more Motocross and off-road championships - worldwide - than all competitors combined! Part of the secret is in Excels exclusive 7000 series aluminum alloy which has a 50% higher yield strength than the competitors 6 series aluminum. Also, the exclusive know-how in extrusion design, complex multi-step forming, advanced robotics welding, and in hard anodizing such a tough and complex material is key to Excels strength and world market dominance. Aluminum alloy which has a 50% higher yield strength than other aluminum rims. Excel MX rims are the choice of all Factory Works and Privateer Teams worldwide. Rim Specifications: Rim type: Front. Rim size: 21". Note: Rim only, spokes sold separately.
If i buy just the excel rims and use stock hubs can i use stock spokes?
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19" RED REAR PRO WHEEL RIM
Pro-Wheels are manufactured from 7116-1 aluminum alloy & heat-treated to a super-strong but resilient compound. 7116-1 is a Pro-Wheels exclusive aluminum. The 2.15 rears have a special bead retention ridge extruded in the rim to aid in preventing tire slippage on the rim. Both 2.15 & 1.85 rear rims are 5mm in thickness for strength. All front & rear rims are drilled for rim locks. Rims are drilled for OEM spokes & most will accept OS spoke kits. Great alternative to the more expensive OEM rims.
i am looking to get some aftermarket rims. I have heard from my local bike shop that pro wheel rims are difficult to true up? Is that true?