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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by NEVERLOST, Dec 1, 2009.
Will also throw in a Vision #211 if someone takes them all.
How many kids will they hold? I know a lady.
Does she have feral kids and camps out at Blackwater River SP?
No, this one has a uterus like a clown car.
So I’ve been doing some reading and evidently DRZ SM wheels will work on a KTM with a bit of Machine Work... I happen to know a guy that can do that (not me, I’d use a chain saw) so if anyone has any first hand knowledge on this lemme know.
Short of that, I’m going to be looking for some dirt cheap, scuffed up, nicked, dirty 17’s even ones that are serviceable but not true- same guy I know can true them
Do SM wheels from a DRz400 fit a DR650?
i saw some Sumo wheels on a dr.. looks legit..
Whooops.. nvm... found it on Supermoto junkies site...
said its too much of a head ache..
I read that DRZ sumo wheels will fit a KTM though
Some reading that may or may not help...
http://www.torpedo7.co.nz/images/NEW WHEEL FITMENT.pdf
I ended up trading the bike and never got a chance to mount these sprockets. These are OEM sizing, both are from SuperSprocket. I want to sell as a pair, for $60 you pay shipping. I do accept PayPal. I could also bring them to the TransFL ride or Polar Bear.
RM250 forks. Not sure exactly what year but they are USD Showas. $100 plus the ride.
I also have a front rim and maybe a caliper if interested for additional cost.
Those are BEGGING for a DRjr to mount up on!
Are these a direct replacement or do I have to have skills, like numb chuck skills, to install?
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Ha! You’re very correct.
It’s also too early on a Monday. I’ll leave it up for prosperity reasons.
might be numb up-chucks when you're done
If you’re referring to DR350 install, depends on your skill level.
according to this post CLICKY
RMX forks are a direct swap but RM forks require some welding skills
No welding needed. You press out the DR steering stem and then use it in the RM triple clamps. You’ll need to be creative with a spacer on the stem to clamp to take up a small gap. Come up with a head lamp and instrument cluster. You’ll end up with this.