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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-08-2018, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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312rr wheels for my old F4

Tried the search option, patience was running thin, so had to ask.

Bought a set of 312rr/brutale?? wheels from Ebay, i know they are not a straight swap, but the rear got me thinking, was the axle size the same, or do i have to make spacers for that too?

Or even better, if the rear needs spacers, can i buy them from someone?
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The rear is a straight swap.

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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-09-2018, 11:17 AM Thread Starter
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Its an easy swap then, only have to make the front spacers!

Number2, its an 750 F4.
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not familiar with the front end of a 750
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Its pretty much the same as 1000cc version. Seems i only have to make the front spacers, which is a doddle.
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I put a set of 312 Brembo wheels on my Brutale 750s which should be the same as your F4.

The rear went straight on as did the front with the axle spacers from the original wheels so I didnít need new spacers.

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You don't need to make spacers. The 312RR wheels come with 2 spacers (8000A3470). To use the front wheel on your 750, simply do not use the spacers.

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Aint life easy...

Wheels should be here in two weeks. I was kinda hoping i would need to make at least something
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