CBR 900 Magnesium Dymag rear rim. It has a slight bend in it and will require straighening.
The Dymag will need a sprocket carrier and new poly bushings (cush). That said, if you're handy, all the work to get it going is probably still less than half the price of a new one. It wouldn't fit in my NSR250 swinger (Dymag=6", NSR=4.5"), therefore, I decided to let it go in case someone can use it. I'd love to see it on a bike! A new idenbtical wheel sells for $900 and but it will cost the new owner $300 to make it usable ($200 straighten, $100 carrier). EMail me at [email protected]
if interested. Thanks
$150 plus shipping OBO (will take any reasonable offers)