Rising Sun Rim & Spoke Set - Black - Honda CB750K - 1969-1976

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Rusty wheels? Pick up this rim & spoke set, polish those hubs and freshen up your ride with new wheels! This set is perfect for custom builds or stock bikes.

Kit Contains:

  • Front & rear anodized aluminum rims
  • Front & rear white zinc plated steel spokes

We also carry rim stripstires and tubes!

Note: Upon close inspection of the rims there may be minor surface imperfections but it will not affect the function.

Fits Honda:

CB750K Four - 1969-1976

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  • 4
    1973 CB750K

    Posted by Adam on 24th Aug 2022

    Only laced up the rear wheel so far. But, laced up nicely and had no issues like previous reviewers. I copied the pattern from the original wheel. So far, I am impressed.

  • 2
    The rear rim was wrong

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Dec 2020

    I bought those for remplace and rebuilt wheels on my cb750k 1976 . Quality was ok for the price. I got my mecanic to mount them. Front wheel went well. But we never been able to mount the rear one. The holes in the rim itself were off just enought so at the end about 4 spokes couldnt reach the rim properly. Si I needed to find another solution to and the project which get me a little pissed-off. Fortunately, the service at 4into1 was great and pretty fast. The same day, they offered to send me back another one or refund. Great guys there.

  • 3
    Rear spokes didn't all fit flush

    Posted by Carl R. on 31st Oct 2019

    I bought the Rim and spoke set for my 1974 Honda 750. First issue:when I received my order I was missing 2 nipples. I contacted 4 into 1 and they responded immediately and sent out additional nipples. It held up my repair a week. Not a big deal, just an inconvenience. Once I received the nipples my mechanic was able to finish the front rim without a problem. Everything lined up exactly. Second issue was that the spokes on the back did not fit flush the way the front did. 4 into 1 told me "Spokes leaning against the hub is normal, very slight bending is also normal with aftermarket aluminum rims and aftermarket spokes installed on a stock hub." The rim balanced out but just looks a little off. I really had no other choice but to go with it-hope they hold up. The rims look great but the spokes on the rear are not an exact fit. I really wanted to talk live to someone about my issue but that's not an option with them only email-they are quick to respond but some of us still like to talk to humans : ) Thank you.