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SM: Suppose - April 11, 2008, 10:10 PM

I got some 04-05 GSXR600-750 wheels

If I switch out the hubs with my stock DRZ hubs, will this then be a straight Suzuki bolt on? yes I realize I will have to offset the caliper etc. Its an E so it has a dirt brake setup and will need more bite anyway. I'm just wondering if the wheels will bolt up. My guess is yes if I stick to ehmm 150 ish on the rear ...

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April 11, 2008, 10:16 PM

Yea this is gonna be a bad fit on the rear. you need to worry about chain alignment front to rear wheel alignment also. If you need some help let m know cause you most likely will need a machinist.


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I would modify the gsxr swingarm to make it fit on the drz
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Arent GS wheels easier?


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April 21, 2008, 07:56 AM

I don't think there would be too much of an issue with the front wheel, however you might have issues with the rear.... If memory servers ... the SM version with the rmz swingarm - can fit a 160 rear (if it's a race take off that is taller and not as wide) but it's TIGHT, I am not sure if the SM with the RMZ swingarm is wider than the E or not.. Either way, if the gix wheels are for the standard 180 sportsbike wheel you might have a issue...


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