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  • Q. Would it be possible to put 17 inch rims for 140/17 tyres on rear - Interceptor 650?

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    Srihari
    Srihari | 2 months ago

    Yes it is perfectly possible. Many people have already done it. You can source same excel rims(nearly 25k) or buy aluminium alloy rims from alibaba. will cost you nearly 10k. But then you need to buy spokes, hub, bearings and set them up with the help of an exert. in total a 4.25x17 inch rear rim alone will cost you nearly 22k when you get it ready to install.

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    Srihari
    Srihari | 2 months ago

    Yes it is perfectly possible. You can source same excel rims(nearly 25k) or buy aluminium alloy rims from alibaba. will cost you nearly 10k. But then you need to buy spokes, hub, bearings and set them up with the help of an exert. in total a 4.25x17 inch rear rim alone will cost you nearly 22k when you get it ready to install.

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    Srihari
    Srihari | 2 months ago

    Yes it is perfectly possible. You can source same excel rims(nearly 25k) or buy aluminium alloy rims from alibaba. will cost you nearly 10k. But then you need to buy spokes, hub, bearings and set them up with the help of an exert. in total a 4.25x17 inch rear rim alone will cost you nearly 22k when you get it ready to install.

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    Manoj
    Manoj | 1 week ago

    Yes you can , You just have to get the rim and build the wheel with the same hub. Just make sure the number of holes on the rim match with those on the hub.

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    Uppiliappan
    Uppiliappan | 1 year ago

    Better don't try. Because after years of R&D , Lakhs of km test ride RE has arrived with this specification. The vehicle safety is concerned in RIM in bikes. If you wish you can upgrade the Tyre size which fits in same rim.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    We would suggest you get in touch with the dealership as they will be the better person to assist you in this concern. Click on the link to find out your nearest dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers/Royal-Enfield

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    Amit
    Amit | 1 year ago

    I suggest you to just go with the wheels provided by the company .Yes after they get worn out you can go for those.

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    Arun
    Arun | 11 months ago

    It is not adviseable.

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