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Captive wheel spacers

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    Captive wheel spacers


    Does anyone know where I could have captive wheels spacers made ? I am thinking about ordering a set of OZ Gass RS-A wheels for a 2004-2007 CBR1000RR, and install them on my 2004 Honda RC51. The rear wheel should be a direct fit, but I will need captive spacers made for front wheel. Thanks for your time and help.

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    Re: Captive wheel spacers

    Fast Frank racing?

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    Re: Captive wheel spacers

    Sorry I am new to the forum, is fast Frank racing a member here or a business. Thank you for responding

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    Re: Captive wheel spacers

    Google is your friend...

    https://fastfrankracing.com/

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    Re: Captive wheel spacers

    Adam Butler is a member here - “Rada”


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    Re: Captive wheel spacers

    I've made them before. Typically the simple kind that are seal retained as apposed to going with different bearings and using a bearing retained spacer. Better but more involved and the bearings IMO are less durable with the smaller balls needed.

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