Roland Sands Hutch Line Up

RSD_HUTCHBeing BMX racers and fans remember the Kimtab. Originally sold by Roland Sands dad in the 80’s – Perry Sand, founder of Performance Machine – it was fitting to bring the Kimtab to the future and make it out of high quality forged billet aluminum with some signature RSD detailing. The Hutch relives those glory days without the need to do swap meet searches and the questionable safety of vintage cast wheels. Designed with weight savings in mind for a light, reliable and high quality wheel with enough funk to turn out any race chopper.

Hutch Wheels • Fully sealed, maintenance free – deep groove wheel bearings • Design matched discs, pulley and air cleaner • Rim lip detail • Available in Contrast Cut, Machine Ops and Chrome

RSDHUTCH2Hutch Two Piece Rotors  • High grade 420 stainless steel replaceable outer bands • Billet aluminum CNC-machined inner carriers • Cross drilled bands for increased ventilation • Blanchard ground bands ensure precise and even tolerance

Hutch Forged Aluminum Pulleys • CNC Machined from aluminum forging • Hard anodized teeth

Hutch Air Cleaner • Exposed filter design with a Stainless steel mesh screen • Design matched to discs, pulley and air cleaner • Hidden built in crank case breathers • High volume best in filtration K&N Air filter included • Available in Contrast Cut, Machine Ops and Chrome

3 Responses to “Roland Sands Hutch Line Up”

  1. 1 LenNY Sinnet May 28th, 2015 at 10:51 am

    The Kimtab was a real magnesium wheel when Perry Sands discontinued these I bought what was left I think three wheels this was a long long time ago. Great wheel super lite.

    Barnett’s HD

  2. 2 mkv May 29th, 2015 at 11:22 am

    Well that’s great. Nice to see that they are making light weight wheels

  3. 3 Farid Nov 13th, 2015 at 4:49 am

    Progressive was the cheapest for me.The price will depned on your age, how many CCs your bike is, the make, year, and model of your bike, your driving record, and in some cases your credit.And if you financed the bike, you are going to have to have full coverage on the bike which isn’t cheap for anyone that owns a sportbike. If you paid cash, you can hold liability which will be drastically cheaper.I’m 18, I’m on my own policy, I have an ’08 R1 and liability was $41 per month for me. Full coverage was $390 per month. Yeah, f them I know. lolBut also try other smaller local companies in your area.

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