Ride Wright Wheels

Fat Daddy Wheels

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In 1999, Ride Wright Wheels set out to make the most durable spoked wheels for Har­ley-David­sons, and of course the Fat 50 was in­vented. Beefier on all fronts, the in­dus­try not only de­sired the in­nate strength of the de­sign, but it loved the new look for mo­tor­cy­cles that were beg­ging for more sub­stance be­tween their grow­ing stature and the road.

THE FACTS

Avail­able in 16- to 30-inch di­am­e­ters, the Ride Wright Wheels Fat Daddy is the orig­i­nal fat-spoke wheel that has only been proven and per­fected with age.

Plus, the Fat 50 mo­tor­cy­cle wheels look great on a bag­ger. The Mod­u­lar Hub Ends al­low Ride Wright to rapidly assem­ble your wheel so you can en­joy one of the fastest turn­arounds of cus­tom wheels in the in­dus­try. The end caps of the hubs are the in­ter­face be­tween the bike and the hub, so Ride Wright can make sure it has a wheel that fits your bike lick­ety-split be­cause the com­pany stocks a large sup­ply of th­ese hubs. Ride Wright Wheels are a bet­ter long-term in­vest­ment. Th­ese same MHEs al­low you to keep your wheels if you sell your mo­tor­cy­cle, and they also give you the abil­ity to mod­ify the ro­tor con­fig­u­ra­tions (sin­gle or dual) or sell your Ride Wright wheels in the fu­ture. The life­time struc­tural war­ranty and six-month chrome war­ranty damp­ens any sig­nif­i­cant risk in buy­ing your wheel. There’s even a place where you can in­clude any spe­cial notes or thoughts you might have to ac­com­pany your order so you can make sure Ride Wright is clear with your needs.

FIN­ISH

Rims and hubs avail­able in mul­ti­ple-color fin­ishes, as well as your stan­dard black and chrome; spokes and nip­ples are also avail­able in mul­ti­ple col­ors, as well as chrome, pol­ish, or black.

FIT

Mul­ti­ple Har­ley-David­son Tour­ing mod­els, In­dian, Vic­tory, Yamaha, cus­tom, and other met­ric ap­pli­ca­tions.

MSRP

Start­ing at $775

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