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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old Apr 18th, 2017, 3:12 pm
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[QUOTE=Snowshoe;6331401]We must be talking in reverse of inside and outside. My phonic wheel is mounted on the outside of the rotor.

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Thank you for catching that- I stand corrected on the placement.

The intended point remains that if you want to set up spare rims with rotors, you will need this part. I overlooked that and it took a week to get .
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Well, here they are in all of their majesty. :-)
They are not scuffed up so the Gunkote shines bright.
Look pretty sweet compared to the OEM (also pictured). Headed for a 5,000 mile trip in a couple weeks; I will let you know how they work out.
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Well, here they are in all of their majesty. :-)
They are not scuffed up so the Gunkote shines bright.
Look pretty sweet compared to the OEM (also pictured). Headed for a 5,000 mile trip in a couple weeks; I will let you know how they work out.
You’re absolutely going to love them, the difference is amazing. They do tend to rust more than stock, I avoid putting the bike away wet and ride a bit to heat & dry them up after washing.
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