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    Quote Originally Posted by 670cc View Post
    I thought the part look up feature was still around. I went to procaliber.com, Honda OEM parts, and put in the wheel part number from the post above. I clicked the "Where used" button and the following was returned:


    • NC700XA (14) NC700X, JPN, VIN# JH2RC630-EK000001 TO JH2RC630-EK099999
    • NC700XA (15) NC700X, JPN, VIN# JH2RC630-FK100001
    • NC700XAC (14) NC700X, JPN, VIN# JH2RC635-EK200001 TO JH2RC635-EK299999
    • NC700XAC (15) NC700X, JPN, VIN# JH2RC635-FK300001
    • NC700XDA (14) NC700XD, JPN, VIN# JH2RC634-EK000001 TO JH2RC634-EK099999
    • NC700XDA (15) NC700XD, JPN, VIN# JH2RC634-FK100001
    • NC700XDAC (14) NC700XD, JPN, VIN# JH2RC631-EK200001 TO JH2RC631-EK299999
    • NC700XDAC (15) NC700XD, JPN, VIN# JH2RC631-FK300001
    That wheel is used on all years of NC and I believe all years of the CTX700. Your part number look-up matched all models that used ‘that’ wheel painted ‘that’ color. Different years have different paint colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krampus View Post
    Or MC Wheel Repair in Tuscon, which is who I used to repair a rather large dent in my front rim. Both seem to quote about the same initial price; both say to send them a pic first.

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    I used MC Wheel when I bent my NC's front rim. It was cheap compared to a new rim. If memory serves, it was $200-250. I'll try to find the exact price. I went ahead and ordered new bearings just in case. Glad I did! You couldn't tell the wheel was ever damaged. I definitely recommend them.


    Edit: I couldn't find out what I paid, but after looking at the MCWheel website, it was probably in the $120 range. C.R.S. is getting worse.
    Last edited by turbodieseli4i6; 7th April 2019 at 16:03.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbodieseli4i6 View Post
    I used MC Wheel when I bent my NC's front rim. It was cheap compared to a new rim. If memory serves, it was $200-250. I'll try to find the exact price. I went ahead and ordered new bearings just in case. Glad I did! You couldn't tell the wheel was ever damaged. I definitely recommend them.


    Edit: I couldn't find out what I paid, but after looking at the MCWheel website, it was probably in the $120 range. C.R.S. is getting worse.
    I'll have to look into using MC Wheel, their pricing seems pretty good. Although their website admittedly looks sketchy and makes me hesitant to ship a wheel across the states to them.

    Hoping to get lucky I called a couple of wheel repair shops here in Utah with no luck. One of them said they simply didn't have the right equipment and the guy at the other shop jumped into lecture mode and said he wouldn't trust his life on a bent or straightened bike wheel. Thanks boss.

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    I just noticed that MC wheel is just in Tucson, so that's closer than I thought! I must have confused the location with another shop I was Googling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtanner View Post
    I just noticed that MC wheel is just in Tucson, so that's closer than I thought! I must have confused the location with another shop I was Googling.
    I sent my wheel from Missouri. I'd do it again in a second. Give them a call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbodieseli4i6 View Post
    I sent my wheel from Missouri. I'd do it again in a second. Give them a call.
    I contacted Noah and he seems pretty nice. Seems like a good deal! I'll plan on sending it out there in the next few weeks. Thanks to all of you who suggested MC Wheel!

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