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    Hiya, I have the Enduro model and want to run a set of Supermoto wheels so I have the best of both worlds. Ok I know the suspension is more squishy, but what else is needed are the spacers the same or are the hubs wider?
    Best source to purchase as they don`t appear too often on Ebay?

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    Default Re: Drz 400 Supermoto wheels

    Quote Originally Posted by carl View Post
    Hiya, I have the Enduro model and want to run a set of Supermoto wheels so I have the best of both worlds. Ok I know the suspension is more squishy, but what else is needed are the spacers the same or are the hubs wider?
    Best source to purchase as they don`t appear too often on Ebay?

    Cheers all.
    Hi, I've got an E model too which is in SM trim. Mine has the standard SM model wheels with spacers, they are a straight fit.
    You will probably want a larger front disc and a caliper spacer bracket. Mine has a Braking 320mm with Talon bracket, only problem with this setup is you will need to drop the pads out to remove the caliper for front wheel removal.
    Gearing up is a good idea too.
    Have a look here

    Drz400uk.org ? Index page

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    Default Re: Drz 400 Supermoto wheels

    My SM disc bolted straight onto my 'S' wheel, so the bolt holes correspond but yes agree larger front disc?

    I think the spacers were the same...

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    Slow response sorry been busy. Got a set of SM wheels, had a 310 mm disc made up for the front from Wiz bits (very good guys), I already have the spacer, hope to get these done over Christmas.
    cheers all

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    Good work, post up some pics when it's sorted

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    Still not done, new garage built instead. Will be soon though.

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    Default Re: Drz 400 Supermoto wheels

    bit late here but i had made a post ages ago on drz forum about this since i have converted mine form a s to sm
    Drz400uk.org ? View topic - Wheels Option for SM conversion

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    Hi bit of a delay, finally fitted the wheels got a set off Ebay in the end. Not ridden the bike yet but looks good.

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    Default Re: Drz 400 Supermoto wheels

    Are you selling your old wheels?

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    No sorry want to keep them for Green Laning as well. Will post a pic soon...

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