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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-19-2013, 01:29 PM Thread Starter
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Wheel Question..

What stock wheels will fit a 93-95 ZX7? Will the 91-92 ZX7 fit? What about the 96-03 wheels? Or maybe ZX9R wheels? Looking for a front and rear for my L model bike.

If anyone has any for sale, let me know. I don't need tires or a rear sprocket. Front/rear rotors would be nice.
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I have 96+ front and rear rims and also all the rotors that I would sell you for cheap. PM me if you're interested.

As for direct swap fitment, 2fat knows which is which so he'll tell you as soon as he sees this. I'm not gonna try, cause I can't remember exactly.

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The fronts are all direct swap from 91-2003. I believe the rears are 91-95, I know they went to a wider rim on the rear for the P models but not sure on if spacing different.
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91-03 ZX7,7R & 7RR and 94-97 ZX9R ALL fronts are the same.
91-95 ZX7,& 7R & 94-97 9R ALL rears are the same (5.5")
96-03 rear is 6.0" will fit 91-95 ZX7 & 7R.

They all use the same rear axle as well.

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I wasn't sure Mike since the hub was a different size for the P models.
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would there be any sprocket/chain alignment issues with running the wider rear wheel? Is it truly a bolt on swap?
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The only thing I would have thought of would have been the rear brake stay mounting but I guess everything else is fine.
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would there be any sprocket/chain alignment issues with running the wider rear wheel? Is it truly a bolt on swap?
I believe it's a straight swap. I'm running a 6.25" PM Chicane Superbike rim with no issues.

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Even if you get the chain to line up, there may be issues getting your wheel in line with the middle of the bike. Before mounting the tire, make sure the distance between the sprocket mounting face and the center casting line of the wheel is the same....
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Even if you get the chain to line up, there may be issues getting your wheel in line with the middle of the bike. Before mounting the tire, make sure the distance between the sprocket mounting face and the center casting line of the wheel is the same....
Good point. Anybody have a P or N model rear rim they could measure? The 91-03' s all use the same axle so I assume they would all have the same offset on both sides of the rim.

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I am not sure about a stock wheels but the 6" PM wheel off my N
did not fit my K. The chain lined up and the tire looked centered but the
brake rotor did not line up with the brake caliper.
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post #13 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 09:10 AM Thread Starter
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Isn't the K swingarm different from the L/M?
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Yes, J/K is much different

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