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Oem wheel for 03 cr250r

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Looking at the oem parts list for an 03 cr250r new rear wheel.

It seems most cr250 crf450 wheels should interchange, but I'm curious about the differences in prices as listed here from motosport for example.

2002 cr250r 42650-kz3-j40 $510.61

2003 discontinued

2004 cr250r 42650-men-000 $409.93

2005 cr250r. 42650-men-710 $427.15

Compare to

2009 crf450r 42650-men-a10. $393 .43

If the 09 fits that works for me, just seems odd for the wide range of cost for what should effectively be the same wheel?

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The crf450 used a 2.15 wide wheel. As long as the the cr250 is 2.15 it will not be any differences. ...but if the cr250 used the 1.85 width then you will have to run a fatter rear tire for the profile to be correct. I know my 06 crf250 came with a 1.85 just the same as the cr125s. Not a big deal just fwiw

BTW you can buy DID Dirtworks hoop with a spoke kit for $259 a wheel.

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I have a spare 18 inch wheel off a 07 250x that goes on both my CRF450R and CR250 !!

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Could you use Rocky Mountain's G force wheels for 2002-07 on a 2000 CR250? They don't list a set for the 2000/01, but if the stock wheels will work, it stands to reason that aftermarket would also.

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Could you use Rocky Mountain's G force wheels for 2002-07 on a 2000 CR250? They don't list a set for the 2000/01, but if the stock wheels will work, it stands to reason that aftermarket would also.

you will have to buy the 02+ rear rotor and bolts. But the 02+ CFR450R and 02-07 CR250R it will work on the 00-01 bikes with said rotor

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