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Captive wheel spacer kits making changing your wheels easy! no more loosing those oem spacers and runing the risk of forgetting to put them back in

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Description: Distance bushings HP forged rear rim, for BMW HP4 and S 1000 RR 2015-2018, CNC machined, made from high quality aluminum, black anodised, with alpha Racing logo
Item #: 3631HP28A00
Condition: New
Limited Supply: Only 1 Left!
Price: $72.00

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Description: Alpha Racing Distance bushings OEM rear wheel, for BMW S 1000 RR 2020- (K67), for forged and carbon wheel, CNC machined, made from high quality aluminum, black anodized
Item #: 3631B019A00
Condition: New
Price: $72.00

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Description: Rear wheel spacers that are captive so do not fall out when changing the rear wheel
Item #: 3631A028B00
Condition: New
Price: $72.00

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Graves Motorsports Kawasaki ZX-10R (2016-2019) WORKS Captive Rear Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves race team bikes. These spacer kits replace your rear wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general. 

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels. 

 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Chuck Graves


Fitment: 2016-2019 Kawasaki ZX-10R

Item #: W-WWK-19ZX1-05
Condition: New
Price: $68.00

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Graves Motorsports Kawasaki ZX-6R (2019) WORKS Captive Rear Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves race team bikes. These spacer kits replace your rear wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general. 

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels. 

 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Chuck Graves


Fitment: 2019 Kawasaki ZX-6R

Item #: W-WWK-19ZX6-05
Condition: New
Price: $68.00

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Graves Motorsports R1 WORKS Captive Rear Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves Yamaha team bikes. These spacer kits replace your rear wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general.

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels.
 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Shane @ Graves Motorsports 


Fitment: 2015-2019 Yamaha R1
Item #: W-WWY-15R1-05
Condition: New
Price: $63.00

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Graves Motorsports R1 R6 WORKS Captive Front Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves Yamaha factory bikes. These spacer kits replace your front wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general.

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels.
 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Shane @ Graves Motorsports 


Fitment: 2015-2019 Yamaha R1 / 2017-2019 Yamaha R6
Item #: W-WWY-15R1-04
Condition: New
Price: $60.00

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Graves Motorsports R3 WORKS Captive Front Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves Yamaha factory bikes. These spacer kits replace your front wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general.

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels.
 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Shane @ Graves Motorsports 

Fitment: 2015-2019 Yamaha R3
Item #: W-WWY-15R3-22
Condition: New
Price: $59.00

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Graves Motorsports R3 WORKS Captive Rear Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves Yamaha factory bikes. These spacer kits replace your rear wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general.

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels.
 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Shane @ Graves Motorsports 


Fitment: 2015-2019 Yamaha R3
Item #: W-WWY-15R3-23
Condition: New
Price: $61.00

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Graves Motorsports R6 WORKS Captive Front Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves Yamaha factory bikes. These spacer kits replace your front wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general.

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels.
 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Shane @ Graves Motorsports 


Fitment: 2008-2016 Yamaha R6
Item #: W-WWY-06R6-22
Condition: New
Price: $60.00

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Description:
 
Graves Motorsports R6 WORKS Captive Rear Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves Yamaha factory bikes. These spacer kits replace your rear wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general.

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels.
 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Shane @ Graves Motorsports 


Fitment: 2008-2016 Yamaha R6
Item #: W-WWY-06R6-23
Condition: New
Price: $68.00

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Graves Motorsports R6 WORKS Captive Rear Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves Yamaha team bikes. These spacer kits replace your rear wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general. 

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels. 

 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on...


Fitment: 2017-2019 Yamaha R6

Item #: W-WWY-17R6-05
Condition: New
Price: $68.00

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Description:

Graves Motorsports Kawasaki Ninja 400 (2018-2019) WORKS Captive Front Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves race team bikes. These spacer kits replace your front wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general. 

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels. 

 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Chuck Graves


Fitment: 2018-2019 Kawasaki Ninja 400

Item #: W-WWK-18EX4-04
Condition: New
Price: $55.00

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Graves Motorsports Kawasaki Ninja 400 (2018-2019) WORKS Captive Rear Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves race team bikes. These spacer kits replace your rear wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general. 

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels. 

 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Chuck Graves


Fitment: 2018-2019 Kawasaki Ninja 400

Item #: W-WWK-18EX4-05
Condition: New
Price: $63.00

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Description:

Graves Motorsports Kawasaki ZX-10R (2016-2019) WORKS Captive Front Wheel Spacer Kit. Built using R&D from the WORKS Graves race team bikes. These spacer kits replace your front wheels oem spacers with push in interlocking wheel spacers that stay in place. Great for quick change wheels, endurance racing and smooth wheels changing in general. 

Precision CNC machined from 7075 T6 billet aluminum and black anodized. Don't be fooled by cheap versions that crush onto your wheels. 

 

Things to consider when buying captive wheel spacers:

  • We at Graves use 7075 T6 billet aluminum and then finish in black anodize.This compared to 6061 costs 3x more if you use a Chinese grade 7075 and 4x more if you use a USA made 7075 (which is way better and we do use). General reading will get you at an average of 7075 being about 80% stronger then most 6061 choices.

 

  • What happens when you use a softer metal is the spacer will crush on to the bearing. Over time the wheels lock up. I've seen common fixes to this by continuing to use softer metals and making the holes bigger which leads to failure in other places. Your wheels axles do not align correctly becoming a side loading time bomb and a setup nightmare.

 

  • Occasionally you will find spacers that didn't take the extra time to machine paths rounded edges into the spacers which is a recipe for smash and bang wheel changes

 

  • These products in 7075 have been a staple in our race programs for years. We've won Daytona 200 races using them before they were commercially available. They are tested on our race bikes, moved into consumer production and also sold through Graves Racing Services on turn key customer race bikes. I personally wouldn't trust my $25K plus bikes let alone see our company rubber stamp a sub par product just because it's cheaper but not something we'd use.. Just my .02 cents on the matter that I have a pretty good handle on... - Chuck Graves


Fitment: 2016-2019 Kawasaki ZX-10R

Item #: W-WWK-19ZX1-04
Condition: New
Price: $60.00

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Description: Captive wheel spacers for Rear HP wheel. Please note these will fit only the HP wheel
2012-14 BMW HP4
2015-19 S1000RR with HP wheels not cast wheels
Item #: SP308
Condition: New
Price: $38.40
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Description: Captive wheel spacers
Item #: SP302
Condition: New
Limited Supply: Only 1 Left!
Price: $70.80

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Description: Captive wheel spacers
Item #: SP311
Condition: New
Limited Supply: Only 1 Left!
Price: $70.80

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Description: Captive wheel spacers
Item #: SP301
Condition: New
Limited Supply: Only 1 Left!
Price: $70.80

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Description: Captive wheel spacers
Item #: SP305
Condition: New
Limited Supply: Only 2 Left!
Price: $70.80

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Description: Captive wheel spacers
Item #: SP303
Condition: New
Limited Supply: Only 2 Left!
Price: $70.80

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Description: Captive wheel spacers for OEM zx10r wheels (not RR Marchesini)
Item #: SP300
Condition: New
Limited Supply: Only 2 Left!
Price: $70.80

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Description: Captive wheel spacers
Item #: SP306
Condition: New
Limited Supply: Only 2 Left!
Price: $70.80

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