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Paul Muscat

Kymco Mongoose 250cc rear rims

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Hi all, I own a kymco mongoose 250cc. One of the rear rims is quiet damaged in fact it wobbles while spinning.  Does anyone knows a good website where I can buy a rim as the one in the picture.  

Thanks

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