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Edson 40" "Double Black Diamond" Wheel w/Comfort Grip - Gray

Edson 40" "Double Black Diamond" Wheel w/Comfort Grip - Gray
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40" "Double Black Diamond" Wheel w/Comfort Grip - Gray

The Edson "Double Black Diamond" wheel is available in 40"-48” (1016mm-1220mm) diameter and is built using the same airfoil-shaped aluminum spokes as the original Diamond Series wheels, but features a redesigned spoke arrangement to make it lighter and more elegant.  Since the Double Black Diamond Wheel is constructed entirely of aluminum, it is far lighter than stainless wheels of similar size at a fraction of the cost of a carbon wheel. The wheel is black powder-coated and comes with Edson’s Gray ComfortGrip™ Leather Wheel Rim Cover for a secure grip in all conditions.

The “Double Black Diamond” is a direct replacement for existing Diamond Series Wheels with either 4 and 5 bolt hub patterns, including all model year  J-105s and J-120s.

IMPORTANT NOTE ON SHIPPING: Because of the size, this wheel must be shipped via truck freight. Shipping costs vary greatly based on location and physical address, so we will contact you prior to shipment with actual freight costs.

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Edson 40" "Double Black Diamond" Wheel w/Comfort Grip - Gray 642BD-40CG-GRAY EDSON 40" DOUBLE BLACK DIAMOND WHEEL WITH COMFORT GRIP
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