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Gen 3 wheels in gen 1&2 bikes?

Can anyone tell me if the gen 3 wheels fit in the earlier bikes?

I vaguely remember some mods were required but it's a vague memory!!
If mods are required, what are they?

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I believe so. The last time I looked I am fairly positive the axles are the same. You will have to use the rotors from the new wheels as well since there is a difference in the offset.

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On the front it's fairly simple. Use the matching rotors and spacers for the wheel (all 2013+). One the rear things get a bit more complicated. You will need the 2013 rear caliper and bracket to go with the 2013 wheel, rotor, cush drive, and spacers.

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Would I be right to assume the R and non-R are the same dimensions for fitment?

Obviously brands differ.
And does ABS alter anything with fitment?


Mate has a set of gen 3 wheels that he bought cheap and didn't realize they were different. We're trying to work out what's required to fit them OR on-sell them.

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I believe you are correct. I have a set of 2015R forks and calipers that I use the stock wheels, rotors, and spacers from my 2007 and I have no issues. I just removed the ABS sensor from the fork.


FWIW the front spacers are the same from 2004 - 2017 Daytonas as well a host of other bikes. P/N T2000227.

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