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2005 cr250 front spokes question

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hey everyone im going to be lacing up a new front wheel, everything is oem rim, hub, wheel bearing, and even spokes, so far i have the rim, hub and bearings but i was looking online at oem honda parts and noticed there are 2 different spoke part numbers and both part numbers are different lengths. as of right now im confused with which length need? or do i need both lengths, im so lost can someone please help me, this is my first time doing this -

01

SPOKE SET (226.5MM)

06440-KZ4-820 ---this is the one part number

01

SPOKE SET (240MM)

06440-KZ4-J40 ---this is the other part number.

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You need both. One set is inner (towards the center of the hub) and one outer (towards the outside of the hub). So, if you have a 36 spoke rim, you'll need 18 inners, 18 outers. And, yes, one is longer than the other. I "think" the inners are longer but I screw that up alot so don't quote me on it.

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thanks hrcracing this is exactly what i needed, i will be referencing these photos as well for when i go to lace the new rim up

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Hey Guys,

Same idea with the rear wheel on an 08 CRF450R? Inner and outer?

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Hey Guys,

Same idea with the rear wheel on an 08 CRF450R? Inner and outer?

i havent done a rear wheel yet but i'm going to assume so i'm pretty sure that the 08 450 rear wheel is the same as a cr250, maybe hrcracing will chime back in and post of a picture of a rear wheel he did as well

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Yes, inner and outer. The outer spokes only cross one inner spoke where the front outers cross two inner spokes on their way to the rim. Back is much easier.

I have '08 CRF450R complete wheels, front and back, on my '04 which started as a CR250R. They will definitely fit, no problems.

Only pic I have below but I can take pics and PhotoShop the lines if this doesn't help. Rob at RTR Wheel Lacing did these for me.

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