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Old 08-30-2013, 12:59 PM
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Default Rear wheel and Sprocket interchange?

Hi guys, can anyone tell me

1 - what wheels fit the ec300 (2006)

2 - what other bikes share the same size rear sprocket?

3 - will a 14 tooth front sprocket fit?


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Old 08-30-2013, 03:19 PM
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The rear sprockets are the same as Husqvarna sprockets. The front is GasGas only. The wheels are gasgas only as far as I know. Not too hard to find some part out wheels usually. The older u rims are the best in my opinion. There is aftermarket wheels available too.
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Old 08-30-2013, 04:18 PM
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My friend has a KX rear wheel on his 01 300 gasser so it fit with probably only spacer modifications. Rims are not interchangeable because GG USES A DIFFERENT LACING PATTERN than any major factory uses so the holes in the rim are drilled at different angles than you find on rims made for "the big five".
As for rear sprockets the 91-93 Suzuki 250 (and 350 I think) DR"S" is the same but the non "S" is not. For example the 91 250 DR"S" fits but the 91 250 DR does not. That kind of crap is why I don't own a Jap bike anymore.
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I have a late 90's KX250 wheel and a late 90's KDX200 wheel that both are almost a direct bolt on (rotor too!) to my '01 EC300. The brake side wheel spacer from the Kawi's is too narrow, but a couple big washers from the hardware store solved that.
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I have a late 90's KX250 wheel and a late 90's KDX200 wheel that both are almost a direct bolt on (rotor too!) to my '01 EC300. The brake side wheel spacer from the Kawi's is too narrow, but a couple big washers from the hardware store solved that.
I use a wheel from a 95 KX250(KX spacers as well), on my 01 XC250. Also used a couple big washers.
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