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Black PVM 10Y Forged Alum wheels '04 - [SOLD].

...may fit '07, but not sure (please double check). I just bought these wheels for my R1 but was just offered a set of Marchesini mags. The PVM build quality is awesome, and these are in like new condition save for a couple of details:

There are some small scratches along the edge of the rear from mounting

One of the rear bearings needs to be replaced.

I have the replacement bearing in hand, and would be glad to replace it for you, but some people are funny about these things and prefer to replace a bearing themselves. It's up to the buyer.

This set includes the larger cush drive, and will fit stock sprockets. A new aluminum 45t sprocket is also included.

I'm asking $1150, shipped anywhere in the lower 48. Please feel free to PM if you are seriously interested. If not, I will post in ebay.

Thanks!!

SOLD. That was fast... ;o)



 

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Thanks bro..I'd be happy to get 8k for it... I have SO much in it..lol

Yeah, the march. mags are hard to pass up, but so are the PVM's.. I would have found a way to keep both..haha

I hear ya'... in the "old" days, I'd find a reason to keep both--maybe put slicks on the mags and keep the alums for street duty, but alas, time and space are precious now... I am going to add one more bike, and I'm thinking about an '02-'03 R1, nicely done-up...

Rod, there will be two boxes with your name on them. They will be picked up shortly by FedEx, and you have probably received the tracking numbers by now. One box has the rear and envelpe with two new bearings, the other box has the front and the carrier/sprocket. :drunk: Enjoy!!
 

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Fedex delivered wheels today, dropped them of at mechanic to replace bearing he said it was no big deal. I'm going to have to put the stock front rotors on for now. No rush in mounting them since its 40 outside for the next couple of months and it will only force me to ride on new tires. Erwin Thank you, ROD
You're welcome!! I always worry when shipping large,relatively fragile things cross-country...
 
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