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Old 10-12-2015, 06:51 PM
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So I know the rear sprocket on late model 300s are interchangeable with Italian huskies. What about the front rotor?


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So I know the rear sprocket on late model 300s are interchangeable with Italian huskies. What about the front rotor?
KTM I think.....
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None that I know of, ktm rear fits.
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So I know the rear sprocket on late model 300s are interchangeable with Italian huskies. What about the front rotor?

Give this a look! > http://www.mooseracing.com/products/...umber=17110649
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Specifically I am looking for a rotor with a hole for a speedo magnet. My OEM doesn't have the hole and the OEM adapter is on backorder for an undetermined period of time
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Just epoxy your magnet to the rotor. I did it and have put 75 hours of racing on it and it's still there hangin tough


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Specifically I am looking for a rotor with a hole for a speedo magnet. My OEM doesn't have the hole and the OEM adapter is on backorder for an undetermined period of time
I drilled mine and installed a ktm magnet, not a easy job but very reliable.
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