are now offering expert wheel building services to our customers
There are far too
many options and rather than try to list them, it is best that you contact
us to discuss your needs.
|This beautifully restored H2 front wheel was built in-house using parts that we stock.|
We are now equipped to blast and polish or paint your hubs on the premises. All hubs are inspected for cracks and any signs of damage before building new wheels. We also have some refinished Kawasaki hubs and a small selection of complete rebuilt wheels in stock and offer an exchange program to allow a faster turnaround time.
|Some of the hubs and rebuilt wheels that we have in stock for Kawasaki Z1, H2 and H1. We have lots more waiting to be restored to your specifications.|
|What goes into building a wheel|
This is what we start out with. Everything we need to build an early H1 wheel.
|Here's the finished H1 front wheel. New rim, spokes, bearings and seals. Now it's ready for final inspection and truing.|
All wheels that we build are checked carefully and made true within thousands of an inch. Spoke tension is checked at this stage.
|Runout gets a final check after spoke tension is adjusted.|
When trung and final check has been completed, we install a new rim band and your new wheel will be shipped back to you. It's ready to roll!
|Whether you do it yourself or we polish your hubs, the final finish can make or break the end result. Doing it right is worth the effort.|
Here at Reproduction Decals we are committed to the preservation of motorcycling history.
We don't just sell parts and graphics. We restore and ride vintage bikes.
Reproduction Decals & NOS and reproduction parts
telephone: 519 668-7152
|Wheel Building Service|
|Decal Application Instructions|
|Applying Decals on Plastic Parts|
|Seat Stencil Application Instructions|
|What if we don't have the decals for your motorcycle?|
|Frequently Asked Questions and Policies|
|BK Custom Coatings - Our Recommended Painter|
|Customer's Bikes - See our decals in use|
|Restoring Seat Trim|
|Restoring Gauge Faces - Back Lit Meters|
|Restoring Gauge Faces - Side Illuminated Meters|
|Restoring our 1970 Kawasaki H1 - In progress|
|Restoring our 1968 Suzuki TC250 Scrambler|
|Restoring our 1970 Suzuki T125 Stinger II|
|NOS Honda Keys. We have thousands!|
|Restoring an SL70 - Randy Marble shows us how|