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Thread: Alloy wheels for Royal Enfield Bullet 350

                  
   
   
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    Alloy wheels for Royal Enfield Bullet 350

    Hi, I知 having Royal Enfield Bullet 350. Well I want to ask is it advisable to fit the alloy wheels in bullet and does it affect on the performance of the bike. Waiting for your reply, thanks in advanced.

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    Alloy wheels are stronger, more expensive and heavier than the wheel having the spoke. Well I had never seen a damaged alloy wheel due to hitting a pothole. Spoke wheels, however, are more easily damaged by just hitting objects on the road. There is also much more maintenance involved in the spoke wheels.

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    Well my bike alloy wheels were broken recently. I went on a trip where I got into potholes at a speed of about 90-95 miles per hour. It was the rear wheel which had the problem. From my personal experience alloys wheel are better, at least in the Indian road.

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    I had recently installed the alloy wheels of 19 inch in my Royal Enfield bullet only works for a small drum version only. The manufacturer of the alloy wheels is Rado which is having 1 year Warranty.

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    The use of alloy wheels much depends on your choice. But if you often use the bullet on bad track I absolutely recommend spoke wheels and shock absorbing much better than alloy wheels. But if like to put less effort in cleaning the alloys are preferred. Personally I prefer the spooked wheels for my bullet really.

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