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Can anyone tell me if I can use a post-2010 F4 sprocket carrier setup on a pre-2010 F4? Or why I can't? I am curious as I'm finding a lot more options for an aftermarket setup for a post 2010 F4. Thanks!!
 

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2010+ cush drives with the paddles don't seem have the life of the old style round

rubbers.....I'm coming up on 32,000mi.....tight as new

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2010+ cush drives with the paddles don't seem have the life of the old style round

rubbers.....I'm coming up on 32,000mi.....tight as new

:popcorn:
As far as hub sizes though and what not it should work though as long as I get some newer style cush drives to go in the carrier? Same sprockets work too? I haven't looked at one up close to compare. The carrier cover doesn't have any bolt holes, so does the axle nut just hold it on vs. the bolts in the old round cush drives?
 

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Ok, let's try this. Can someone tell me if the pre-2010 and post 2010 axles dimensions are the same? I see two different part numbers for both axles, but the part number for the pre-2010 axle on Startwin has $0 next to it, leading me to believe that they just updated the part number...

800092888 - Pre 2010
8000B3198 - Post 2010

I know there is a way to swap for a 2010+ hub into a pre-2010 bike, so I am I on the right thought path of being able to use 2010+ chain side parts on a pre-2010? Anybody?
 

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The axles are different because of the difference in bearings, the diameters are the same man, they use the same nuts and stands.
Have a look at the hub installations which have been discussed quite severely mate, this might help you. FWIW, ill stick to the older version for ever, even Camiers WSBK has reverted back.
 

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The axles are different because of the difference in bearings, the diameters are the same man, they use the same nuts and stands.
Have a look at the hub installations which have been discussed quite severely mate, this might help you. FWIW, ill stick to the older version for ever, even Camiers WSBK has reverted back.
Well I'll be using a DC hub for a pre-2010, and I want to use my axle I already have. I have no desire to change axles or hubs. I was just curious if I could fit a post 2010 carrier, cush drives, flange, and sprocket as they seem to be more prevalent and affordable vs. for a pre-2010. Or why I shouldn't, besides Noel chiming in about cush drive life.
 

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Can't help you there mate, it's all about the carrier spacing to hub clearance and lining up the rear sprocket with the front.
FWIW, they seem to be pretty cheap on eBay in standard trim if you want to try that first.
 

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Can't help you there mate, it's all about the carrier spacing to hub clearance and lining up the rear sprocket with the front.
FWIW, they seem to be pretty cheap on eBay in standard trim if you want to try that first.
Bugger. I looked on ebay here in the U.S. and couldn't find one. The aftermarket post 2010 carriers from AEM take oem sprockets... also even with having to pick up some newer style cush drives, in total it is $250 less for a complete set up using your own sprocket. That's a big price difference, and I would imagine less weight as you are cutting out the old style cush drive studs and bolts out of your total weight. Maybe I'll post something up in the marketplace to see if anyone here has a spare setup they could sell me or lend so I can try it out and see.
 

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I actually like this look quite a bit... just imagine a TI sprocket and gold chain on it... I think that would be pretty cool.
 

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I have an MY 10 sprocket carrier assembly fitted to my 2007 F4 1000R . No alignment issues.

There have been alignment questions raised for MY 10 sprocket carrier retro fitted to F4 1000S model. It's not plug and play.

Joe
 

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I have an MY 10 sprocket carrier assembly fitted to my 2007 F4 1000R . No alignment issues.

There have been alignment questions raised for MY 10 sprocket carrier retro fitted to F4 1000S model. It's not plug and play.

Joe
So what do I need to make it work then and not have alignment issues?
 

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I have an MY 10 sprocket carrier assembly fitted to my 2007 F4 1000R . No alignment issues.

There have been alignment questions raised for MY 10 sprocket carrier retro fitted to F4 1000S model. It's not plug and play.

Joe
Guys..I can only tell you what worked for me on the 2007 F4 1000R.

All the best
Joe

So, you fitted an MY 10 sprocket carrier assembly with no modifications and have no alignment issues on your 2007 F4? I was confused when you said "There have been alignment questions raised for MY 10 sprocket carrier retro fitted to F4 1000S model. It's not plug and play."
 

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Yes..Adam Merc tried it on his 1000S and it didn't line up using stock parts.

Joe
Ok, now that is interesting... :jsm:
 
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