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Wheels

Postby McZed » Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:05 am

Does anyone know where I can buy a good wheel for my K750 Ural. There are some for sale on the bay of fleas but the prices seem a bit high considering the quality on offer. Or are they an expensive item anyway?
1959 KMZ750

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Re: Wheels

Postby dneprlover » Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:20 am

No such bike exists. Ural never made a bike called the K750.
Neval BMW/MT11 800cc hybrid, Neval 2wd MT10-36, Neval standard MT10-36, Neval MT16, another MT11, BMW/MB650 hybrid , K750m and an MB750 with locking diff.

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Re: Wheels

Postby Lmo » Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:36 am

Next step... post some photos of the wheels you're after.
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1963 (?) Dnural w/ '06 Ural Drive Train
C5 Power Arc
125/42 jets
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.030" shims

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1947 HD FL (long gone, forever regretful)

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Re: Wheels

Postby Tin Man » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:00 am

I know its not an answer to your question.....but this post is a good example of why y'all need to have some sort of location in you sig line. At a glance, it tells members weather they have the information/item you seek.... or if they can steer you to a local source. Equally important...... it cuts down on the otherwise unnecessary (read needless data usage) Q&A that can result when you ask even a simple question.
And yes, I know that you are in Scotland.......but not everyone will go back and search that information out........especially when you get a few hundred items posted. :foilhead:
Good luck with your search. :cheers:
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Re: Wheels

Postby rivers » Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:37 am

Mike (Tin Man) brings up a good point. Location can be important. Going by K750, sounds like you have a KMZ Dnepr(Ukraine) not an IMZ Ural(Russian). Similar and some parts interchange but don't know if wheels, hubs, brakes do? What's wrong with your wheels that warrant replacing? Not repairable? Used KMZ and IMZ parts are likely easier to find in eastern Europe. For after market new try an outfit like "Oldtimers Garage" in Poland. If you're looking for new complete wheels, yeah it'll be expensive.
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Re: Wheels

Postby McZed » Sun Jul 16, 2017 4:32 pm

dneprlover wrote:No such bike exists. Ural never made a bike called the K750.

Geez.
Well spank my botty, the bike is indeed a KMZ750. I shall now go and fling myself upon the naughty step, there to remain until I learn to be absolutely precise with my questions.
:cry: :cry:
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Re: Wheels

Postby gobium » Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:03 pm

McZed wrote:
dneprlover wrote:No such bike exists. Ural never made a bike called the K750.

Geez.
Well spank my botty, the bike is indeed a KMZ750. I shall now go and fling myself upon the naughty step, there to remain until I learn to be absolutely precise with my questions.
:cry: :cry:

:lol:
I understand your question but there are lot of police in this forum.
You can start a fire storm buy saying Ural design is superior than blipper

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Re: Wheels

Postby 3 bike mike » Sun Jul 16, 2017 5:46 pm

Chris tomms of Vostock motors on ebay.co.uk is a trusted seller, I recently had some parts from him and now have other parts ordered as well.

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Re: Wheels

Postby sallen » Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:07 pm

gobium wrote:
McZed wrote:
dneprlover wrote:No such bike exists. Ural never made a bike called the K750.

Geez.
Well spank my botty, the bike is indeed a KMZ750. I shall now go and fling myself upon the naughty step, there to remain until I learn to be absolutely precise with my questions.
:cry: :cry:

:lol:
I understand your question but there are lot of police in this forum.
You can start a fire storm buy saying Ural design is superior than blipper


:pot:
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Re: Wheels

Postby Lmo » Sun Jul 16, 2017 10:50 pm

The "Naughty Step" ?!?

Had to google that one :lol: wasn't what it sounded like..... .
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Pismo Beach, California, 93449.
1963 (?) Dnural w/ '06 Ural Drive Train
C5 Power Arc
125/42 jets
Drilled slides/
.030" shims

1973 BMW R75/5 (original owner)
1947 HD FL (long gone, forever regretful)


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