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KKE 19

KKE 19" Inch Rear Wheel fit for CRF250R 2014-2021 CRF450R 2013-2

$335

KKE 19" Inch Rear Wheel fit for CRF250R 2014-2021 CRF450R 2013-2

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Product description

KKE 19 INCH MX CNC WHEEL COMPATIBLE WITH CRF250R/450R


Feature:
1. 6082T6 ALUMINUM PRODUCED HUB.
2. 7050T6 ALUMINUM RIM.
3. 304 STAINLESS STEEL SPOKE WITH BRASS NIPPLE.
4. REAR WHEELS WITH BEARING SPACER amp; SEAL.

Rim Size:

REAR 2.15*19 INCH(32 Hole)


Fitment:
CRF250R 2014-2021
CRF450R 2013-2021
* WHEELS COMPATIBLE WITH OEM DISC AND SPROCKET


Color Combination
*RED HUB
*BLACK RIM
*SILVER NIPPLE
*SILVER SPOKE


Handling Time:
ORDER WILL BE PROCESSED WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS AFTER YOU PAY.
Please Note We Ship Wheels by Fedex with Signature Required upon Delivery due to Safety Concern.


Warranty:
1. ONE YEAR MANUFACTURER DEFECT WARRANTY ON ALL WHEELS (INCLUDES HUB, RIM AND SPOKE), PROVIDED WHEELS ARE INSTALLED BY PROFESSIONAL COMPANY OR MECHANIC. INCORRECT INSTALLATION OR USE VOIDS WARRANTY.
2.OUR WHEELS ARE FULLY ADJUSTED AND SPOKES ARE TIGHTEN DURING ASSEMBLY. HOWEVER, WE STILL RECOMMEND BUYER TO DOUBLE CHECK AND TIGHTENING BOTH THE FRONT AND REAR SPOKES BEFORE RIDING. THIS IS TO MAKE WHEELS KEEP A BALANCED LEVEL OF TENSION IN THEIR COMPONENTS.
3.RETURN ACCEPTED. RETURNED ITEMS MUST BE UNUSED AND UNDAMAGED. IN CASE OF INSTALLATION OR FITTING ISSUE YOU MUST ALWAYS CONTACT OUR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE. FOR SAFETY AND RESPONSIBILITY REASONS AND POSSIBLE INSTALLATION OR FITTING ISSUE MUST BE INVESTIGATED AND SOLVED FIRST.


Contact US:
1. TO INSURE YOU WILL GET THE RIGHT PRODUCT, PLEASE LET US KNOW YOUR BIKES MAKE MODEL AND YEAR.
2. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTION OR SUGGESTION. THANK YOU.

KKE 19" Inch Rear Wheel fit for CRF250R 2014-2021 CRF450R 2013-2

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