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Any idea who makes this wheel? I like that it looks custom, but not wild. I scoured the internet for 2 hours and had no luck.
Any help is appreciated!!
 

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Any idea who makes this wheel? I like that it looks custom, but not wild. I scoured the internet for 2 hours and had no luck.
Any help is appreciated!!
Man, that looks like an HD wheel, but the brake rotor is throwing me off...
 

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It does look similar to an hd wheel now that you mention it. I emailed the dealer that has the bike and I'm hoping they can get me some info. I emailed them on Monday, still no reply.
 

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I've seen that wheel before. Wanaryd maybe?
 

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This one is made by Sinisterwheel.com, it's damned close, but they only show wheels for harley.
 

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How the F would a harley wheel fit on a Victory?
 

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Harley wheels I believe are narrower by 1/2" so you would need axle spacers and rotor spacers

count the number of spokes then use that number to look for wheel.
 

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Harley wheels I believe are narrower by 1/2" so you would need axle spacers and rotor spacers

count the number of spokes then use that number to look for wheel.
I'll have to give the spoke counting a shot. Similar note, and correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't it look like the brake discs have 5 bolts compared to a Victory's 6? My eyes are burning from looking so hard
 

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That bolt circle for the brake rotor definitely looks like a 5-bolt circle and not a 6-bolt circle.
 

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All companies billet wheels are the same. What you do is change the hubs to make it fit a particular brand. So say if a 21" wheel was on a Harley you could swap out the hubs for a Victory and walla walla bing bang you now have a Victory wheel.
 

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I think ByteN2it just became the Man! :D It'd be icing on the cake if the dealer I emailed confirmed that the wheel is made by FTD.

Thank you Victory Brethren!

Side stepping a bit here, but would it be a faux pas to only get a front wheel in the stock size? I haven't considered a custom wheel until I saw the bike in my OP.
 

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Side stepping a bit here, but would it be a faux pas to only get a front wheel in the stock size? I haven't considered a custom wheel until I saw the bike in my OP.
It's your bike do what you want to it.
From looking at that picture, eh, not my taste, but mounted on that bike, it looks amazing. I'm still not digging the whitewalls but they fit the overall look of that bike.
 

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I like that it looks like a multispoke wheel without the headache of having spokes. The stock xc wheels are plain looking to me. That's the only gripe I have in the looks department.
 
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