MOON Stardust Motorcycle Wheel Discs

If you like the Car Moon Wheel Caps you would lobe these discs for 16″ motorcycle wheels. Sold in pair, right & left, they tested to fit on 16″ rims with spoke and disc or drum brake. he discs are measured at 15″ diameter so they fit inside the drop center and clear the hub and brake. One also has a cut out for the valve stem. And no they will not fly off when you ride. They are eld in place via 3 mounting screws (don’t forget to loctite!) Made in the USA. $145 per set of two. At Mooneyes USA

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13 Responses to “MOON Stardust Motorcycle Wheel Discs”


  1. 1 Kirk Perry Dec 5th, 2010 at 10:01 am

    With both wheels covered, you might get some side drift on the hwy. when a semi-truck is next to you.
    They look nice though with that tire.

  2. 2 Bigalyts@aol.com Dec 5th, 2010 at 12:21 pm

    If you reallly think back, I don’t know of Anybody who liked or likes the look of the Old Moon Hub Cap’s! I think they looked better then the Steel Wheels and Guys who didn’t have the Buck”$ to buy Cragars or Keystone’s etc. were stuck with The Fugly Moon Caps! If these Covers take off maybe someone will make a better looking Cap then the one displayed. Now Back to the “Toy Run” !

  3. 3 fuji Dec 5th, 2010 at 3:57 pm

    Bigalyts

    You are taking me back but as I remember at least in my area money was hard to come by but owning a set of moon spun aluminum full caps was a real deal and having painted wheels with baby moons was an alternative.

    Deep dish Chrome wheels with baby moons was my favorite combo. Dodge Lancer and Olds Fiesta covers were the in thing.

    I don’t recall anyone having custom wheels at the time other than racing applications and usually those wheels were of a gray finish . ” Mag wheels if you will”

    In the early sixties I made my way to California and started to see some custom wheels here and there.

    My first bike was a 49 pan and it had wheel covers on the ” front ” similar to what you see above . what makes it worth mention is that those covers also had several small lights that were activated when the headlight was on . I have no idea how it worked. I do remember that it cost me a small fortune at the time to have them worked on. Not worth it.

    They would light up some times and not all lights would work all the time but it was pretty cool to see them at night as the wheel turned. I didn’t think much about it at the time for they were a pain in the ass.

  4. 4 Diogenes Dec 5th, 2010 at 4:43 pm

    IMHO, those are bad ass! They would work well on many-a-bobber.

  5. 5 Seymour Dec 6th, 2010 at 8:25 am

    I like ’em.

  6. 6 Wheel guy Dec 6th, 2010 at 12:56 pm

    OMG, what a bad idea.

  7. 7 Rick Dec 6th, 2010 at 5:27 pm

    I loved the old moon covers on the old hot rods. They were way before my time but, I always thought they were cool. I like the way these look too but, Kirk brought up a good point.

  8. 8 Septic the Sceptic Dec 7th, 2010 at 11:01 pm

    Would the sideways drift on thses be any different to the wheels they’ve been fitting to Fat Boy’s for the last 20yrs?

  9. 9 Angry_Inch Dec 10th, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    I like ’em. I wonder how they would look on my Street Glide? Also, is $145 a set of two- is that for both pieces for one wheel, or a set of all 4 pcs for both wheels??

  10. 10 Angry_Inch Dec 10th, 2010 at 1:26 pm

    Hmm.. website says ‘REAR WHEEL ONLY’..??

  11. 11 Jesse Jan 22nd, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    Harley guys in Japan have been rocking these forever. Even modding out Caddy wheels for the rear wheel and usually a spoke up front. Looks killer!

  12. 12 Wanting to buy Jan 28th, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    where can i buy these? Went to a bunch of mooneyes japan sites but cannot find…?

    Please help.

    THANKS

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