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Old 10-19-2015, 05:52 AM
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Default Which rims lace up to GG hubs?

Hi guys.
I have two GG OEM hubs for the EC300.
I want to make spare wheels out of them, but only if it can be done relatively cheaply.
Does anyone know of any other brand bikes out there that runs rims that will lace up on a GG hub?
What are my options?


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Old 10-19-2015, 10:17 AM
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The lacing pattern is different on gasgas wheels so some spoke holes are drilled at a different angle than on other bikes. Any company that makes wheels can drill their rims for gassers and most if not all will. EXELL sells their blemished rims at a discount and sometimes have gasser rims. Check their website.
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Old 10-19-2015, 10:30 AM
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I was hoping to score some rims off a rolling chassis of some bike.
Will check out what rims are available in South Africa and take it from there.
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Wouldn't it be easier, cheaper and faster to buy a set of used wheels that fit the same axle and then machine spacers yourself ?
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Probably.
Will check the options out.

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There is somebody here on the forums with a conversion of EC300 to supermoto, forgot who tough. Will let you know if i find the posts with the pics, he should have more info about this.
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I know the complete 1994 Honda CR 250 rear wheel will install exactly onto my 2011 EC300, I just checked it this weekend even the rotor slides into the caliper perfectly.

The 94 CR 250 front axle is 17mm and smaller than the GasGas front axle(25mm). However the GasGas Nissan brake calipers and 94 Cr 250 brakes are the same except the caliper carriers are a little different/and shorter.
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1994 cr wheel was a 19"?

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1994 cr wheel was a 19"?

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Yep, it is 19. You can lace that hub with an 18 or 19 inch rim. Gasgas actually sells a 19 inch rim and spoke kit to convert the wheel to 19 and Honda offers the same conversion parts to switch their wheel to 18. The outer diameter of the 18 and 19 inch assembled wheels are the same.
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I have a good set of rims for 400 bucks. I have rotors, axles, etc. They are silver and are not the U shaped ones.


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