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Anyone know if this will work? - August 28, 2009, 09:48 AM

I'm picking up an 02 GSX750 that currently has race tires on it but I'm going to use it on the street. I found a set of 01 GSXR 1000 wheels so I can maintain a set of trackday wheels/tires for later. However, I don't want to pick them up if they won't bolt up. I don't know the sizes but I'm sure the seller would say "sure they'll work fine" so I am trying to figure it out first before putting out the $ for the set.

Anyone know offhand or have a good info link? Thanks!


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my friend did something like that a 04 750 that has 1000 wheel on it, he always have to replace the bearings cuz some how it knocks when he rides. 6 sets of bearings already, he's about switch back.


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August 28, 2009, 10:00 AM

u can always go to ronayers.com and match part numbers between the two
if they match, it's an easy swap
if they don't, u'll need to make some changes

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The 1000 wheels will work as long as they came off an 01'-02'. Both the 750 and 1000's had 6" rear wheels and the fronts are all the same for that production run.
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August 28, 2009, 10:22 AM

Looks as if the wheels are the same for '00 to '05 for the 7-fiddy:
http://www.suzukipartshouse.net/page.../1/Suzuki.aspx
The PN's are the same.


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August 28, 2009, 10:27 AM

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my friend did something like that a 04 750 that has 1000 wheel on it, he always have to replace the bearings cuz some how it knocks when he rides. 6 sets of bearings already, he's about switch back.
That concerns me, but I wonder what is causing it? Sounds more like there's something not aligned properly, doesn't it?



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u can always go to ronayers.com and match part numbers between the two
yea I'm waiting on return calls from both the guy that has the bike and the guy who has the wheels to see if I can match them up.



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The 1000 wheels will work as long as they came off an 01'-02'. Both the 750 and 1000's had 6" rear wheels and the fronts are all the same for that production run.
Encouraging; the wheels are 01 and the bike is 02. Hoping they aren't sold before the guy calls me back


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And thanks for the info guys I appreciate it.


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The 1000 wheels will work as long as they came off an 01'-02'. Both the 750 and 1000's had 6" rear wheels and the fronts are all the same for that production run.
this is not true ... only the 1000's had a 6.0 rear .. 750 and 600 are 5.5 .... i


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this is not true ... only the 1000's had a 6.0 rear .. 750 and 600 are 5.5 .... i
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With that said, it should still work with the proper spacers


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Nate ... im pretty sure it doesnt work ..... the rim is wide and i thin interfears with the chain .. or something ... i cant remember


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This is getting more complicated by the minute lol


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This is getting more complicated by the minute lol
your best bet is to buy 600 or 750 wheels .... you can run a 190 tire if you want some more contact in the back


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your best bet is to buy 600 or 750 wheels .... you can run a 190 tire if you want some more contact in the back
It's got wheels on it, I really just need tires. Having the existing wheels with race tires still would have just been a bonus. No biggie. I just found the plastics I needed as well, so at the moment I think all I really need is some hardware, which I might be able to come up with in my garage if I look around enough. I don't think I want to run the existing dzus fasteners on the street, I'd probably end up having a streetfighter the first time I park it at a mall or something lol


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