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Question about the F4 750 rims mounted on a 06 F4 1000

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my friend purchased a 2006 F4 1000 with Nissin Brakes. He's really interested in the early F4 750 anthracite rims. The question is, do they fit on a 2006 F4 and does he need spacers, etc.?

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I can sell him my 750F4 wheels, in Silver grey. Seriously
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a set of 750 rims will most likely be a straight over swap.. even the rotors on the front may fit directly, since he has Nissin calipers on the 1000

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They will fit, but check the rear rim size. Can't recall if 750's had a 5.5 inch rim vs the 6 inch on 1000's.
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My 750SR has a 6" rear --
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My 750SR has a 6" rear --
In that case, they are a straight swap, including rotors..... !!

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All pre 10 F4 wheels are the same. Front spacers needed if going onto radial fork models 2007 1000R, 08 312R, 09 312RR, notwithstanding LE models.

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Just remember the Star wheels are VERY heavy, about double what a pair of the Brembo/Marchesini
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All pre 10 F4 wheels are the same. Front spacers needed if going onto radial fork models 2007 1000R, 08 312R, 09 312RR, notwithstanding LE models.
How about all pre '10 wheels fit the same.......radial brake models require spacers......
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