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Daytona 675 wheels rims $350 shipped

Selling wheels from my 2009 Daytona, don't really need the extra set anymore.
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I'm not driving fast - I'm flying low

"I actually just have my throttle cable pulled so its
wide open even when i start the bike. balls to the
wall is how i live, screw stoplights and slow people."
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Selling wheels from my 2009 Daytona, don't really need the extra set anymore.
I'm interested, but am having a bit of trouble getting the photos to load. What all parts do these include (rotors, cush drive, sprocket)?

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I'm interested, but am having a bit of trouble getting the photos to load. What all parts do these include (rotors, cush drive, sprocket)?
Hmmm, sorry I'm not sure why the pictures wouldn't load for you. Is anyone else having difficulty seeing the photos?

It's just the rims, plus the rear wheel still has a brake rotor bolted to it. I do have an extra cush drive if you want it, I don't need it and I'd be happy to throw it in for free.

So you'd have to use your own front rotors, sprocket and carrier, and spacers.

I'm not driving fast - I'm flying low

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wide open even when i start the bike. balls to the
wall is how i live, screw stoplights and slow people."
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I just tried attaching the photos again.

I'm not driving fast - I'm flying low

"I actually just have my throttle cable pulled so its
wide open even when i start the bike. balls to the
wall is how i live, screw stoplights and slow people."
- TwoWheeledWonder
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I'm interested, but am having a bit of trouble getting the photos to load. What all parts do these include (rotors, cush drive, sprocket)?
Any interest still?

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"I actually just have my throttle cable pulled so its
wide open even when i start the bike. balls to the
wall is how i live, screw stoplights and slow people."
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i'm interested definitely, but i can't buy them right now

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Is it still available?
Yes! Sorry I didn't see your post until today, don't know why I didn't get a notification.

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Front sold, rear still available - $150 or $200 shipped.

I'm not driving fast - I'm flying low

"I actually just have my throttle cable pulled so its
wide open even when i start the bike. balls to the
wall is how i live, screw stoplights and slow people."
- TwoWheeledWonder
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