***SOLD*** F3 front wheel & rotors, spacers and shims. Powdercoated. - Wrist Twisters
 
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post #1 of 16 Old 10-24-2013, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
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***SOLD*** F3 front wheel & rotors, spacers and shims. Powdercoated.

Since I will be running a SP1 RC51 wheel on my new front end, my current F3 wheel must go.

The wheel was sourced locally and is in flawless condition, it will include the required 919/F3 axle spacer stack up and the caliper shim stacks. I had the wheel chemically stripped, glass beaded and powdercoated satin black.

The rotors have also had the centers powdercoated satin black. Rotors are straight and true, thickness will be verified on removal.

This setup is plug and play, and becoming increasingly harder to find especially in this condition.

$300 + shipping.



Better pics to follow after removal.

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I am also willing to work out a combo deal on the complete front end.

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Any interest in getting rid of that front fender?

Ah.. nevermind - Not a 919 Fender.

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Any interest in getting rid of that front fender?

Ah.. nevermind - Not a 919 Fender.
It is a 919 fender. Notice the fender brackets used to make it work with the F4I forks.

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Maybe.... I think KKeigan may need one so I will hold it for him. If not it will be going up for-sale.

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Maybe.... I think KKeigan may need one so I will hold it for him. If not it will be going up for-sale.
Sounds good. I would consider trading my stock gloss black one if interested. It does have some scuff and marks on it though.

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Sounds good. I would consider trading my stock gloss black one if interested. It does have some scuff and marks on it though.
BTW its just a vinyl wrapped OEM fender. Nothing special.

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Maybe.... I think KKeigan may need one so I will hold it for him. If not it will be going up for-sale.
I will be needing that fender for sure. I'll keep my eyes open for another fender for cloroxbleach. Thanks Helimech !!

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Bump... Still available.

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I'm doing the "6 spoke" mod right now and I can tell you $300 is a lot cheaper than I was able to do it for. Rotors alone are $200.

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I'm doing the "6 spoke" mod right now and I can tell you $300 is a lot cheaper than I was able to do it for. Rotors alone are $200.
Thanks man! Its a good deal + I am willing to eat some of the shipping to help out.

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Thanks man! Its a good deal + I am willing to eat some of the shipping to help out.
If only you listed it a week ago..............

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Ready, set ...... SOLD!!!

Stay tuned for the next round of parts, coming next week.... Lock it up!

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