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Old 03-09-2014, 02:12 PM   #1
logman OP
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KTM Duke II Sprocket and Brake disk issues

Hello,

Just wanted to see if there was someone on here that had similar issues as me - and if I could try a pick their brain. I've seen a lot of pictures, done a lot of searching - but have not found what I am looking for.

Here is what I have and what I need to know.

The bike: KTM Duke II 2002

New parts: Orange wheels from limited edition UK 2006 KTM Duke 2

The issues:

1. From what I understand the front brake rotor is different on the pre-2003 bikes - however after looking at the diagrams for the 2002 USA model, there is a brake disk adapter between the wheel and rotor. Does anyone know if this adaptor would just need to be removed for the new wheels to be mounted? (its winter, no garage to do this in so I thought I'd just ask).
2. These wheels came from a 2006 with roughly 3k miles. Should I replace wheel bearings to be safe or just roll with them?
3. I've decided to go with 17/40 sprocket combo, however I wanted to see if there was something other than OEM that I could use. Is there something on KTMTwins that would work? Am I just looking for the correct bolt pattern?
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