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FS: OZ Wheels

For Sale: Set of OZ Piega Forged aluminum wheels NEW AND STILL IN THE BOX they were shipped in

$1400 for the set (this set retails from Motowheels for $2000+)

Wheels are black anodized and they include: bearings, valve stems, axle spacers (as applicable) and sprocket adaptor

easy to swap these with the OEM wheels. Much lighter and better responding than the OEM

I got these as a second set for my 675 but never had a chance to mount them before my bike died. My loss can be your gain


"Yeah, well, you know that's just, like uh ...your opinion, man." - the Dude
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Damn, what a deal.
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Damn, what a deal.
like i said - my loss is your gain


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damn by time i sell my minty 10 complete plastics im sure this will be sold.

Trade ya. lol

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For Sale: Set of OZ Piega Forged aluminum wheels NEW AND STILL IN THE BOX they were shipped in

$1400 for the set (this set retails from Motowheels for $2000+)

Wheels are black anodized and they include: bearings, valve stems, axle spacers (as applicable) and sprocket adaptor

easy to swap these with the OEM wheels. Much lighter and better responding than the OEM

I got these as a second set for my 675 but never had a chance to mount them before my bike died. My loss can be your gain
Do you know what the weight is compared to stock? Interested!
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Do you know what the weight is compared to stock? Interested!
35% lighter than OEM. The bike is even more responsive with these!!!


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Hey man, did my PM go through? I'm really keen! :)
got it and replied to it


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does the "sprocket adapter" mean stock 675 sprockets will bolt up or will i be buying different ones?
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