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what about putting a gen 4 rear wheel to a gen 3???
Gen2,3,4 front wheels are the same.
Gen1,2,3 rear wheels are the same.

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what about putting a gen 4 rear wheel to a gen 3???
It won't be a direct bolt on, but it may be able to fit with some mods.
The holes in the gen 4 swingarm that the axle passes through are ~25.4mm and the axle is 24mm.

So, the gen 3 swingarm would have to have 25mm holes. And then the rear caliper bracket would need to be bored out to 25mm. The gen 4 caliper bracket may work
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It won't be a direct bolt on, but it may be able to fit with some mods.
The holes in the gen 4 swingarm that the axle passes through are ~25.4mm and the axle is 24mm.

So, the gen 3 swingarm would have to have 25mm holes. And then the rear caliper bracket would need to be bored out to 25mm. The gen 4 caliper bracket may work
just sleeve the bearings down to 20mm form 25mm same length as the width of the 2 bearings. run the gen 3axle and blocks and youre good to go

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just sleeve the bearings down to 20mm form 25mm same length as the width of the 2 bearings. run the gen 3axle and blocks and youre good to go
That's a good call. I'd say run a sleeve through the entire wheel though, cause there are 3 bearings and some internal spacers

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It won't be a direct bolt on, but it may be able to fit with some mods.
The holes in the gen 4 swingarm that the axle passes through are ~25.4mm and the axle is 24mm.

So, the gen 3 swingarm would have to have 25mm holes. And then the rear caliper bracket would need to be bored out to 25mm. The gen 4 caliper bracket may work
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That's a good call. I'd say run a sleeve through the entire wheel though, cause there are 3 bearings and some internal spacers

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you could do that. i meant the actual wheel from bearing to bearings because i think my gen 3 had a spacer that sat in between the carrier bearing and the wheel bearing that had shoulders to allow preload to be applied to the wheel bearing on the carrier side but yea i guess you could just run it the entire length of the wheel/carrier combo.

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And something else
does the rear disc brake fit from a gen 3 to a gen 4???

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does the rear disc brake fit from a gen 3 to a gen 4???
Yeah, they're all the same. Pretty sure they are same from 04-14 10R and 05-14 ZX-6R, maybe even a few other models.

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Yeah, they're all the same. Pretty sure they are same from 04-14 10R and 05-14 ZX-6R, maybe even a few other models.
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