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How to adapt an Acerbis disc cover to a XR


JohanChaves

Finding a nice front disc cover for a bike with conventional forks is hard these days, so here is a good Idea, I got this acerbis spider evolution disc cover and its mount that fits CRF 2004-2008 it replaces the stock right wheel spacer and holds the cover at the same time:

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So this spacer is way to big for my bikes axle so I had to work it so it could fit my bike

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Here the disc cover and housing on place just to see how it fits

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Its all about your bike's right wheel spacer dimensions so they could be copied on the acerbis one.

Hope it benefits you!! :ride:


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