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I have a 2004 yz250, will a 2008 yz450f rear rim fit my bike?

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Yes it will.

Awesome thanks!

Could not find a sizing chart on google 🙂

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No don't think bearing are available for 2012 450 Friday wheel.

But I bet sleeve/ spacer that aftermarket companies use will work. They sleeve the 25mm bearings down to 22mm for YZ ' S and use just a spacer inside bearings for YZF 2009+ with 25mm axles.

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Hello I have a 2005 YZ250 and a set of 2012 YZ450f rims. Can I get new bearings to make the rear rim work or is it a lose?

Look on here for 2009 yzf swingarm swap and it has a lot of info about the wheels. Long story short, there is no bearing with od and id that works for that hub and 22mm axle.

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Hello I have a 2005 YZ250 and a set of 2012 YZ450f rims. Can I get new bearings to make the rear rim work or is it a lose?

Post in the YZ400/426/450 pages. Grayracer lurks there and he'll know for sure. Post up if your question relates to the stock rear hub or aftermarket. This effects wheels spacers.

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Post in the YZ400/426/450 pages. Grayracer lurks there and he'll know for sure. Post up if your question relates to the stock rear hub or aftermarket. This effects wheels spacers.

 

Can you please put up the link?

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Look on here for 2009 yzf swingarm swap and it has a lot of info about the wheels. Long story short, there is no bearing with od and id that works for that hub and 22mm axle.

Correct, no bearing that has the correct ID or OD available for converting a 25mm hub to 22mm using just bearings. You're going to have to sleeve the unit down...

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There are no bearing available...

As I said before use a spacer sleeve like the aftermarket companies do. It is a spacer to space inside your bearings with sleeves that go inside the bearing inner races to make them 22mm. Tusk impact, Talon and I'm sure others do this. I'm sure you could buy what you need from any of the companies buy purchasing one for their wheels.

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