Honda 1978-1979 Cx500 Rear Wheel Comstar 18" Shinko 712r 110/90-18 Tire Cafe Cx on 2040-parts.com
Norristown, Pennsylvania, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan
This REAR wheel is taken from my 1978 Honda CX500
It will fit all CX500's from 1978 - 1982 and maybe other years/models, but I'm not sure.
It comes with the Shinko 712R 110/90-18 Tire.
I ran this setup until I got new wheels so I know that the tire and bearings are in great shape.
These larger 18" wheels are extremely hard to come by, but they give the bike the perfect look.
This wheel had a small chunk taken our of the outer rim of the drum. It has always been that way and in no way impacts the structural integrity or braking performance as it does NOT enter the brake surface area of the drum. Not only that, but it will be covered up by the rear dif of the shaft drive.
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I also have the matching 19" front wheel. If you would like both, I can give you a deal.
***THIS LISTING IS FOR THE REAR WHEEL ONLY***
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