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  • Z50M or QA50 rims

    Is there anywhere in Australia that I can purchase the correct (or close) split rim set with hubs (front and rear) for a 4.00 x 5 tyre such as used on Honda Z50M, Honda QA50 or Deckson and Deltek minibikes?? I know that they take a different bearing, but are the same size tyre and rim. If not new, second hand. And if not in Australia, are there any links to sites that sell them?? Thanks. I have tried asking on other sites, and have had some helpful replies, but I am still looking.
    Z50Monkey
    Andrew

  • #2
    are you after the actual QA/M wheels or just something that'll fit?
    Once I thought I was wrong, I was mistaken

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    • #3
      Hi Peter, I am just afters rims that will fit. My M has original rims (it even came with the NITTO tyres). The reason that I purchased the M (over 15 years ago now), was that the tyres and rims are the same size as on my Deckson/Deltek minibikes.

      Z50Monkey
      Andrew

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      • #4
        The biggest problem is the fact the rim is also the brake drum. Also, the steel brake section has a tendency to rust inside the alloy rim, splitting it.
        Once I thought I was wrong, I was mistaken

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        • #5
          I have a few sets in the shed and I will have a look plus about 15 year ago I had a metal spinner make a heap of the steal half's that need the center machined out and drilled but are a great copy

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nashy61 View Post
            I have a few sets in the shed and I will have a look plus about 15 year ago I had a metal spinner make a heap of the steal half's that need the center machined out and drilled but are a great copy
            PM sent.

            Z50Monkey
            Andrew

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            • #7
              there's a qa50 rim on facebook, $50 @ Wyee
              Once I thought I was wrong, I was mistaken

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              • #8
                Thanks Peter, I will contact the seller (Dean), but I think that is actually a Go-Kart rim from the picture. It is a steel rim with no inbuilt drum brake, and no hub or bearing center visible in the photo. I am sure that if it was alloy the other side with a built in hub it may be QA50 or Z50M. Thanks for keeping an eye out.

                Z50Monkey
                Andrew

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