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Was there a solution?

A 47x35x12 bearing would be the magic part?

Or a machined 55mm bearing cup ďadapterĒ that you could press a 6005-2RSH into and then into the wheel?

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Something like this.
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post #164 of 166 (permalink) Old 08-01-2019, 02:08 AM
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I’m also interesting for this modification to put brembo superlight (35x55x10 bearing) on my 1090rr 2011 (25x47x12 bearing). To get the gap between 25 and 35 for the axle it’s not really a problem I think. But what about to center the wheel?

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Iím also interesting for this modification to put brembo superlight (35x55x10 bearing) on my 1090rr 2011 (25x47x12 bearing). To get the gap between 25 and 35 for the axle itís not really a problem I think. But what about to center the wheel?
This thread https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/56-su...ml#post2583903 covers a lot of what you are asking I think.....

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This thread https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/56-su...ml#post2583903 covers a lot of what you are asking I think.....
Thank you very much. i'm gonna read this . i didn't find this post with research

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