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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 08:14 AM Thread Starter
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Tubeless wheels of AT 2020

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Do you think that we can install the new Tubeless wheels of AT 2020 On the previous models ?
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 09:34 AM
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[QUOTE=Turmoil;314313]Greetings,,,,
Do you think that we can install the new Tubeless wheels of AT 2020 On the previous models ?[/QUOTE

Anything is possible, whether it would be a straight swap remains to be seen. I doubt the price would be way above the Rally Raid solution or modifying standard wheels.

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Ive seen numerous posts from owners who have examined the new bike closely... because of this idea about the wheels and the answer seems to be No.

I dread to think what the cost of OEM wheels from Honda would be. cheaper than the Italian made tubeless wheels from Alpina or Kineo? I very much doubt it.

But it wont be long before there is a definitive answer.

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I want tubeless wheels too but rather than buying another set, I'm sending mine to Woody's Wheel Works. They'll take the current wheels put stringer Excel rims on it, heavier duty spokes, super lace it for around 1200 bucks... They'll be even better/stronger than the 2020 wheels. Might be something for others to consider....

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Me too, I've read the new wheels are NOT compatible with the "old" ones. It looks like the hub is different.

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I want tubeless wheels too but rather than buying another set, I'm sending mine to Woody's Wheel Works. They'll take the current wheels put stringer Excel rims on it, heavier duty spokes, super lace it for around 1200 bucks... They'll be even better/stronger than the 2020 wheels. Might be something for others to consider....
would like to see what the finished wheels look like
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I would be interested to know if the tubless wheels are compatible between the 2020 standard and adventure sports models.
I am seriously seduced by the standard or the "rally" version!

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I want tubeless wheels too but rather than buying another set, I'm sending mine to Woody's Wheel Works. They'll take the current wheels put stringer Excel rims on it, heavier duty spokes, super lace it for around 1200 bucks... They'll be even better/stronger than the 2020 wheels. Might be something for others to consider....
Please post an update when you get your wheels back and have a few miles on them. Thanks.
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Have any of you tried the tubeless wheel set offered at rally raid.
at 1400 they look nice.

http://www.rally-raidproducts.co.uk/...-rear-tubeless
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post #10 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-25-2019, 10:02 AM
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Interesting option. Notice they also have a 19" front and 17" rear option. Wonder how that would work?
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