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So I have never actually posted on one if these forums. I usually just stalk them to get answers but I messed up and I might be out 800 bucks🙃

I have a 2013 CRF250L that I recently bought and I wanted to get supermoto wheels for it. I got online and almost ordered a set of warp 9 wheels but then I saw an add on Craigslist. Long story short I purchased lightly used warp9 wheels from a 2012 CRF250X not realizing the axles are different sizes. The rims are the same size as what comes in the kit from warp 9 but the spacers and bearings are larger on the wheels that I got. Does anyone know if I can buy new bearing and spacer kits to go in these hubs to fit them on my bike or will I need to purchase new hubs entirely? 

I work on a fishing boat and I'm off the coast of Oregon for a few weeks and wanted to order something so I can get these wheels on my bike when I get home.

Thanks, 

The guy who f***** up 

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I contacted “All Balls Racing” once to help me convert a 2006 R6 front end to a 1975 CB750. They might be able to find you conversion bearings

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On 10/2/2018 at 7:09 PM, V8Astro said:

I contacted “All Balls Racing” once to help me convert a 2006 R6 front end to a 1975 CB750. They might be able to find you conversion bearings

I'll email them and see if I can get something figured out. Thanks!

 

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On ‎10‎/‎2‎/‎2018 at 1:45 PM, Hayden Ploeger said:

Does anyone know if I can buy new bearing and spacer kits to go in these hubs to fit them on my bike or will I need to purchase new hubs entirely? 

I missed this post first time around...for the 250L Warp 9 use the 250R hub, but make up some spacers to sleeve the bearing ID down to the 250L spindle. I would contact Warp 9 and purchase the two outside spacers plus the internal one that spaces the bearings apart

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