rear wheel or ideally hub 34L

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rear wheel or ideally hub 34L

Post by cadno » Mon Aug 13, 2018 2:43 pm

hi has anybody in the UK got a rear drum brake hub or wheel for sale for XT600 ? I'm led to believe that they're all the same?
The rims on my 34L aren't special so I'm going to have a set of excels built up. I don't want to take it off the road so I'm looking for a second set. I've sourced a front wheel, but don't mind buying a pair if you want to sell both.
PM if you can help, thanks

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Re: rear wheel or ideally hub 34L

Post by charliext1vj » Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:33 pm

As I understand it the sprocket carrier is the main difference between the electric start model and the kickstart. THe electric start are wider and the sprocket carrier is spaced. Apart from this the hub and drum plate should fit all models. But happy to be corrected. C.

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Re: rear wheel or ideally hub 34L

Post by jibber » Mon Aug 13, 2018 7:11 pm

The early 34L had the tensioners on the inside of the swingarm, I dont know if this would make a difference to the hubs??

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