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Will rim from 2012 kx 450 fit a 2015?

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Just bought a 2015 KX 450F and I'm looking for a rim and sand paddle. I want a separate rim & tire so I don't have to worry about mounting and unmounting the tire on the rim. Looking to buy used to save some $$$$. 

I found a rear rim from a 2012 but not sure if it will fit my 2015. Does anyone know if this will fit my bike? 

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