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What other MV wheels fit the TV? I suspect most if not all F3 based models fit on the rear , possible F4 rears but not clear what other front wheels fit?
And has anyone looked at other bike make wheels ie Ducati wheels from thier large axle bikes might fit on the rear 1098s etc?
I fancy a set in a different colour and didnt want to change the originals.
 

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Any wheels off any of the 3 cyl. MV,s should wit, fronts as well as rears. Ducati rears do not fit!

You might look at OZ wheels. Very cool stuff. Some of their alu wheels are reasonably priced too.
 

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Ta for info crash . A bit more digging has found that F4's may have 35mm front axles 6907 bearings. Whereas TVs have 25mm fr axles 6005 bearings. So that would rule out F4 fronts and possible any inline 4 MV if they share the same fr axle diameter. Any one know what F3 fr axle diameter/ bearing specs are? Which is a shame as I liked the old star pattern F4 wheels.
 

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Ta for info crash . A bit more digging has found that F4's may have 35mm front axles 6907 bearings. Whereas TVs have 25mm fr axles 6005 bearings. So that would rule out F4 fronts and possible any inline 4 MV if they share the same fr axle diameter. Any one know what F3 fr axle diameter/ bearing specs are? Which is a shame as I liked the old star pattern F4 wheels.
Make sure that you differentiate between F4's (4-cylinder bikes) as the pre-2010's are different to post-2010's.
 

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Ta Donsy I suspect the F4 front bearing axle info I dug up is pre 2010.
Pre-2010 F4/B4 use the same bearing size through ALL models, but two different axles.

Post-2010 all have the same bearings, on the F4/B4 at the very least but I can't remember if they're the same as the 3-cylinder bikes...... BUT.... these are NOT the same as any pre-2010 MV.:ahhh:


Axles and spacers may vary between 2010+ models (3 or 4 cylinder regardless), I think the wheel bearing sizes are the same.

Check part numbers please.

I think Balz made the 3-cylinder issue quite clear though.
Good luck.
 
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