Motorcycle Wheel Spinner with Brass Studs

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This motorcycle wheel spinner is to be mounted on the right side of the rear wheel of your old school bobber or custom chopper. This custom motorcycle part for Harley’s is machined out of billet aluminum and brass and it will give your chopper motorcycle the final touch! Rear motorcycle wheel spinner looks great alone or combined with our 40 Spokes Spinner Style Front Wheel Hub, Drilled Sprocket Rotor Kit, Slotted Sprocket Rotor Kit and Brass Bullet Spoke Nipples.

 

motorcycle wheel spinner with brass studs

motorcycle wheel spinner with brass studs

motorcycle wheel spinner with brass studs

2 Responses to “Motorcycle Wheel Spinner with Brass Studs”

  1. Ronald says:

    Hello…. like to know what size of the hole on the spinner for rear wheel and thats for the side where the rotor goes? Whats the size of the spinner 3″ round and 2″ in deth

  2. eurocomponents says:

    Thank you for your interest in Eurocomponents’ motorcycle wheel spinners.

    Yes, our motorcycle wheel spinners are to be installed in conjunction of a pulley-rotor kit or a sprocket-rotor kit and are to be mounted in place of the OEM rotor.

    Spinner is approx. 4″ in diameter.
    Depth is approx. 2″.

    We have two different versions to fit either pre-1999 Harley type hubs or 2000-up Harley type hubs.
    Please check them on our webstore at the following link:
    http://www.eurocomponentsusa.com/wheels_&_brakes/products.php?id=K0801

    Please let us know if we can be of further help.
    Thank you and have a good day.

    Lorenzo
    …………………………………………………………
    Eurocomponents, Inc.
    1368 North US 1 – Suite 402
    Ormond Beach, FL 32174 (USA)
    Phone 386-868-0696
    Fax 386-274-5733
    http://www.eurocomponentsUSA.com

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