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TreeTwista10
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On the wheels? I have seen conflicting answers.

5/4/2018 7:23:25 PM

Kickstand
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I think it is because they are soooo pretty.





5/7/2018 11:26:26 AM

dustm
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5/7/2018 6:29:04 PM

tchenku
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[Edited on May 7, 2018 at 9:07 PM. Reason : ]

5/7/2018 9:05:25 PM

stowaway
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5/8/2018 2:57:20 PM

darkone
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Many Honda's seem to have 10 spokes, but they're ganged up in pairs pointing in 5 directions making them effectively 5 spoked. How do you classify that?

5/8/2018 3:49:33 PM

Hiro
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2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12... those all make sense. They divide 360 degrees evenly.


It's the 7 and 11 spoke shit that warp my mind man... 360 degrees divided by 7 spokes is not an integer!!!

5/8/2018 5:16:11 PM

TreeTwista10
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is there some kind of math they use with turbines to reduce vibrations or something, that might factor in?

^^My vehicle has something similar, "double spokes" if you will

5/8/2018 9:23:15 PM

dustm
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are these 1 or 0 spokes?

5/8/2018 10:08:29 PM

justinh524
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Anything less than 5 looks terrible and I judge the owner of that vehicle.

5/9/2018 12:38:10 PM

H8R
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^

5/9/2018 4:37:26 PM

TreeTwista10
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5/9/2018 5:37:21 PM

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