426 rims on a 250F?

Just picked up a 02 YZ250F and was looking for some advise. I have a 01 426 with Excel rims and was thinking about swopping the rims with the 250f. Rear tire is a 120/90/19 - M12.

After reading several post about tire sizes, I now have second thoughts about the swop.

Is a 120/90/19 going to be to large of a tire for the 250f?

Are the Excel rims that much better?

What are your thoughts

Dan

Excel rims are standard equipment on the 125, 250, and 450F. The rims used on all other models are D.I.D Japan. I dont see much a difference in quality, really. Maybe someone else could ellaborate a bit more on that. I know a 110 with a 2.15" rim would fit, but I am unsure about a 120. It may be a bit to large.

I pulled the whole rim and hub off the 426 and put it on the 250f, (it fits) but I am also thinking I will never spin the 120 around a corner.

Did the 426s come with Excel rims?

Thanks for the info

Dan

I pulled the whole rim and hub off the 426 and put it on the 250f, (it fits) but I am also thinking I will never spin the 120 around a corner.

Did the 426s come with Excel rims?

Thanks for the info

Dan

Yes, the 426's did come factory with Excel rims.

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