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Swapping rear sprockets

Are there any issues if I swap the rear sprockets (and chains) between an '08 Brutale 910s and 2005 F4 1000S? They should fit, respectively, right?

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Aren't the swingarms and wheels the same? I would think it is a direct swap...chain length may be an issue due to different size gear ratios (number of teeth front and back)?? I haven't looked.

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Aren't the swingarms and wheels the same? I would think it is a direct swap...chain length may be an issue due to different size gear ratios (number of teeth front and back)?? I haven't looked.
That's what it looks like to me but I was trying to confirm it. I am actually going to swap chains as well for two reasons - 1) because they're probably worn in with the sprocket and 2) for the length to match the sprocket size.

Thanks for the response, btw.
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Yeah, different gearing size, but shouldn't be any real issues.
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