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post #1 of 6 Old 11-24-2012, 10:57 AM Thread Starter
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Need a measurment

I am looking fit a 17" and 19" wheel on another bike. Could I ask anyone to measure the distance from the outside edge of the disk to the outside edge of the other disk on the front and rear of a 650 and a 1000?

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post #2 of 6 Old 11-24-2012, 11:44 AM
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On my K6 Wee the front is: outside rotor to outside rotor is 5 1/8 inch, inside rotor to inside rotor is 4 3/4 inch.

The rear only has one rotor so not sure where you want the dimensions.

Hope that helps.

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On my K3 Vee the front is: outside rotor to outside rotor is 5 3/8 inches, inside rotor to inside rotor is 5 inches.

The rear only has one rotor so not sure where you want the dimensions.

Hope that helps.
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post #4 of 6 Old 11-24-2012, 03:00 PM Thread Starter
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On my K3 Vee the front is: outside rotor to outside rotor is 5 3/8 inches, inside rotor to inside rotor is 5 inches.

The rear only has one rotor so not sure where you want the dimensions.

Hope that helps.
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The rear would suffice if I had a measurement from outside of rotor to outside of Sprocket.
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The rear would suffice if I had a measurement from outside of rotor to outside of Sprocket.
Thanks you guys...
I came up with 7 15/16 inches. It's a little imprecise, as the teeth are sloped. I measured at the base of the teeth. And it's cold out there, I need a heated garage.

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On my K3 Vee, the measurement from outside of rotor to outside of sprocket is 8 1/2 inches (+0, -1/16 !) as measured from the outer plate of a link to the outer surface of the rotor. It's not a true perpendicular measurement between the two since the rotor diameter is larger than the sprocket.
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