I purchased a set of the KTM 17" wheels for my DRZ last week. I know that they need custom spacers to fit correctly. These wheels came off of another DRZ so the spacers are close to right but I still need to tweak them a bit because the front wheel is still off by about 1/8" when measuring distances from the rim to the fork tube (closer to the brake side if that matters). I can manage these spacers just fine, my real question is this: The front brake is that big floating KTM disk with no slotting or holes or anything, just a solid disk. The braking surface on that disk seems a lot larger then the stock rotor but after running the wheels for a bit I am worried about how much of the disk is actaully contacting the pads. HERE is a photo of the front wheel showing the disk. http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UgAAAMsaAYVOUdf5A7hO3sZ1EIzYKu*3GBrPEoRlb0sDdwlm0VJRXC!17Ts*je8wHRT0QPBBJ*wZK8qYIOmXeiUt6KMkEKTUPqVtPA6jikHNcP9yDwF7O4vD*V8XVqOk/wheel.jpg?dc=4675544056997129923 I don't have the caliper bracket with me right now but I am thinking that the braket is meant for a disk that is a few mm larger so it might be setting it out a little too far for the correct contact on the disk. Your thoughts?