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XR70 rear wheel picture needed.

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I just got a project 2000 XR70 and all the spokes were snapped. I replaced them all and it just doesn't seem right. Does anyone have a picture of a rear wheel I can see to make sure it is right? Or a manual I can download?

Thanks!

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According to HERE, spoke set A (part #06420-GCF-670) are the inside set of spokes, laced into the hub from the outside. The other spoke set (part #97924-31040-K0) are 100mm long and laced in from the inside of the rim.

Here's a pic of a rear wheel, as well...

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