puch moped new 17" REAR spoke wheel - BUDGET version
puch moped new 17" REAR spoke wheel - BUDGET version
 



  $79.99

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sealed bearings! new! spoke rear chrome wheel! does not come with freewheel!

17"

for use with 80mm brake plates like THIS (you may need to drill out the hole in your brake plate if you previously had 11 or 10mm axles)

uses normal puch leleu rear sprockets too!

direct from an undisclosed hamlet in Japan

NEWS FLASH these are NOT trued or tensed out of the box! you will be responsible for truing and tensing the wheel! ALSO big boys, sorry, these are not the strongest wheels in the world. if you're a big dude and you hit some big potholes, they do not fair well.

these no longer come with bearings or center spacer installed!!! you'll want this 12mm sealed bearing axle and some 6001 bearings!

for many mopeds, puch, peugeot, motobecane and more

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2 of 5 poor quality July 16, 2015
taco eater : I from Sycamore, IL United States  
what sprockets do these take? Which brake plate can i use? It seems the brake plate from my pinto wheels is not working/fitting ...

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3 of 5 Beefy and Wide October 20, 2012
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Oakland, CA United States  
*UPDATE* After only a few months these rims have begun to rust without ever being rained on or wet. I am near the bay though but the air here isn't that salty compared to SF.

These are 2.5 inches wide in case you didn't know. I didn't. My old ones were 2.25 and so I had bought tires for 2.25. They mounted fine though so hopefully it's okay.

There were some burrs on the inside of the rim so be sure to sand those down before putting in your tubes or you'll be sorry.

The sealed bearings do NOT feel as smooth as they should be. Hopefully this will not be an issue......

Also, both the front and rear wheels are pretty damn true which is nice

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3 of 5 True? June 17, 2012
taco eater : MYRON YAMASHITA from HONOLULU, HI United States  
Maybe the hub exploded because the bearing(s) needed grease.

I finally realized Jordan meant m12 NUT, not bolt.

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1 of 5 most untrue New wheel ever December 15, 2011
taco eater : Bandito from LongWOOD,  
the one igot was not only not trued up and down but side to side as well so once i found the mystery spoke wrench and trued it, it worked great, for about 2 weeks then disaster struck the f innn hub literally exploded idk if this has ever happened to anyone but its sketchy at 50 mph. for 90+ bucks not so happy.

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5 of 5 kinda tricky May 11, 2011
taco eater : Jordan Hanson from Mitchell, SD United States  
get urself an m12x1 bolt and use that for the spacer on the none brake side not the supplied spacer then use the bolt with the lip between the brake and bearing and use the other 2 bolts to tighten her down

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