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post #31 of 70 Old 08-05-2013, 08:21 PM
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what is the weight of each rim for years???

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what is the weight of each rim for years???
I will bring the digi scale with me tomorrow when I go to get my PP3's mounted...front and rear will be weight of wheel + bearings + rotors + bolts + speed sensor discs

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To me the gen4 wheels looks the heaviest out of the past gens.
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To me the gen4 wheels looks the heaviest out of the past gens.
Not to mention,they look like suzuki wheels!!!!

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Not to mention,they look like suzuki wheels!!!!
I don't like the way they look at all. :headshake
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I didn't get a spacer made for the caliper bracket yet. I tried pushing it down all the way and couldn't get the caliper to crash into the rotor, but I want to get a spacer made so it can't float.
By spacer, do you mean insert? Shit, if you get one made, have them make a few, I'd take one. I had clearance problems with the spacers while trying to install Gen1 rear wheel tonight.... so I put the Gen1 rear wheel on with the cush drive and spacers, but not caliper bracket. I mocked it up and determined that the the rotor side spacer was about 3/16" too tall, did you run into the same problem?

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By spacer, do you mean insert? Shit, if you get one made, have them make a few, I'd take one. I had clearance problems with the spacers while trying to install Gen1 rear wheel tonight.... so I put the Gen1 rear wheel on with the cush drive and spacers, but not caliper bracket. I mocked it up and determined that the the rotor side spacer was about 3/16" too tall, did you run into the same problem?
yes, i mean an insert to go from the G1 20mm axle to the G4 25mm caliper bracket.

I didn't have any fit issues using the cush drive and spacers all from the G1 wheel. Are you sure the rubber pieces inside the drive are the right side up? The little nobs on them can space you out too far if not.
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Yeah I installed the Gen1 wheel just as the way it came off the Gen1 swingarm but that rotor side spacer was too tall


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what about putting a gen 4 rear wheel to a gen 3???

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