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QLD WTB - Kawasaki KH100G wheels 83-87

Discussion in 'WANTED' started by kiffsta, Sep 22, 2021.

  1. kiffsta

    kiffsta Administrator Staff Member Contributing Member Dirty Wheel Club

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    Chasing some Kawasaki KH100EX ( KH100G) wheels, axles etc , I purchased 2 of these bikes and both do not have wheels... and yes i have the stock seat, no I am not growing a man bun

    Looks like a fun bike for Tidler rides

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    Chris, Looks like it will be a nice little fun bike when it is complete.
     
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    Kiffsta, Looks like pretty much the same motor as on my KV100 ( apart from the low range gearbox attachment) . Perhaps different finning on cylinder and head. Love the seat! What was your source of these little beauties? Were they an unfinished resto project? I presume they had 18 inch rims front and rear as does the KV. Rather strange front end handling. Seems to be something less than ideal with the rake/ trail/ wheel diameter combination on the KV. Should do 100 km/hr downhill with a tailwind at redline, rider tucked on the tank!!! If you don’t specifically want the mag style wheels and front disc, chances are the older spoked wheels may fit. 976BEC2B-2573-43ED-A394-3BADC5FC81BE.jpeg 9D5CCF6A-0E8B-410A-9630-8A4E39CF2837.jpeg
     
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    kiffsta Administrator Staff Member Contributing Member Dirty Wheel Club

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    Love the kv100 , the guy I bought them off is from Malaysia and he buys these bikes just for the wheels , he sends the wheels back to Malaysia for racing use , apparently they are quite valuable wheels over there

    he said I can buy any future kh100’s minus wheels
     
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