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hi

help to know my bike was damaged.
I need to learn from some early f4 can be put on a wheel

anyone has information about the size?
offset
axis
bearings

thank you
 

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Welcome Ildar, back or front ? I imagine front since you mention bearings. We need to have pictures of your front forks at the bottom where the axle goes, to work out if the older wheels will fit.
 

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we don't need silly pictures.......

we need the axle sizes, spacer sizes and bearing numbers

1st Gen MVs have 6907-2RS bearings and 35mm axles, later ones (RAC 50 forks) have the same bearings with spacers and 25mm axles

don't know about 2nd Gen wheels
 

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So what bike model do You have ?
From looking at Your measurements and parts I would assume that You are having a 2010+ F4 or Brutale.
Right ?
Than earlier, up to 2009 wheels will fit with spacers only since they all have 35mm bearings.
So if You want to go this road You need the spacers from the marzocchi / Brembo pre 2009 bikes.
 

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So what bike model do You have ?
From looking at Your measurements and parts I would assume that You are having a 2010+ F4 or Brutale.
Right ?
Than earlier, up to 2009 wheels will fit with spacers only since they all have 35mm bearings.
So if You want to go this road You need the spacers from the marzocchi / Brembo pre 2009 bikes.
f4-2013. Was damaged wheels.
Have a look at this thread Ralph and Ildar.

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showthread.php?t=117586&page=7
 

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ildar;

the dimensions of the '98-'09 front hubs;

1st they use 6907-2RS bearings, larger than your 6005-2RS bearings....

so you will need to make spacers

the hub is 139mm wide to the outside of the bearings

the disc mounting surfaces are 111.1mm wide and the disc has an 80mm

hole

I didn't measure the disc bolt circle but will if you want


hope this helps

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Discussion Starter #18 (Edited)
6907-2RS size 35 * 55 * 10. but I have a clip at the front 30 mm

You can replace the bearing on this example 6006-2rz
but then still have to change the axis or her case 30 mm
 
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