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Does anyone know if the Star wheels on the 2002 Senna were light weight or the heavier Star Wheels
Heavy Star Wheels.

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Thanks George, and I assume you left the original one's out ? You didn't get to measure the one's from your bike by any chance ?
Did not use any other spacers. Only used these because of the axle. As I said the left fork bottom is wider than the right. If it was the same width as right the wheel would fit
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Did not use any other spacers. Only used these because of the axle. As I said the left fork bottom is wider than the right. If it was the same width as right the wheel would fit
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I can fit the wheels...... BUT I need accurate dimensions not pictures

the left spacer is the one that counts, the right spacer only helps the axle push the wheel to the left

1st you need to center the wheel between the fork legs, then measure from the left bearing to the left fork bottom......and make a spacer of that width

then measure from the right bearing to the right fork leg and make a 2nd spacer about 1.5-2.0 mm shorter, to make it easy to mount the wheel

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Question bearing size?

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PS. And on a side note, the MY10 + bikes use a bigger wheel bearing than the pre-MY10 bikes

so what is the bearing number?

no pictures please

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finally got these mounted. Had to modify the spacers on the front wheel but now it works. Compared to the red wheels
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The black looks great man.
I'll start a new thread soon, where we will outlay the difference's and everything involving the wheel changes between the different models, for the benefit of all members, fact's and figures, not just hear say.
I'm glad you're sorted George.

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thanks. I am sure some one with the right tools can fine tune the modifications, but the bottom line is the wheel spacers have to be trimmed down and the rotor on the left side of the wheel had to be shimmed 2 mm. The only other way to make it work would have been to do serious surgery on the left fork bottom
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thanks. I am sure some one with the right tools can fine tune the modifications, but the bottom line is the wheel spacers have to be trimmed down and the rotor on the left side of the wheel had to be shimmed 2 mm. The only other way to make it work would have been to do serious surgery on the left fork bottom
The distance from rotor to rotor is 2mm larger on the older wheels? OR Smaller? I guess I'm confused.

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rotor on the left side of the wheel had to be shimmed 2 mm. The only other way to make it work would have been to do serious surgery on the left fork bottom
Wow, that's not good mate, keep an eye on things to make sure they stay tight.

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