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post #11 of 46 Old 02-13-2018, 11:44 AM Thread Starter
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My bike has more than usual bling. I got a chrome rear fender from MojoPeterson and fitted a chrome front fender from a CM250. Once I get the alloy wheels installed, I'll take pictures and put them in my albums.

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Maybe it's from an earlier model year?
Possibly, the pic 01-7700 posted depicts the old air cooled 250 clone while the website has the new water cooled 300/350 that Loncin Motors reverse engineered to dodge the legal issues. I just didn't fathom a clone company would had enough longevity to produce bikes during both eras.

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post #13 of 46 Old 02-18-2018, 09:47 AM
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3 of 4 spacers completed - the easier ones


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I'll send you pics of the rims and brake assembly soon. Thanks so much for this.

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I think others here would be interested to see your rims if you posted pics here.

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Well I haven't mounted a tire to the front rim yet, and took the back wheel off to take pics of the innards. When I get everything back together, I will definitely post pics here and in my albums.

In the meantime, here are a few.
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I recently acquired a set of these same wheels for my '04 250 rebel, along with forks, axle, spacer, and speedo drive from an '85. Can anybody here help me figure out what all exactly I need to get these on my bike? Thanks in advance!
I'm planning on traveling with this bike and I really want to go tubeless! Plus I like to be different lol.

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Contrary to my earlier post, the stock rear axle spacers (Honda calls them collars) will work with the tubeless rim. Still haven't mounted the front wheel yet, so can't be positive, but the collar from a first generation Rebel may work. The first and second generation collars have different part numbers, but may be identical. If someone with a first generation front axle collar/spacer would measure how long it is and post it here, it would be helpful.

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Ok, so stock rear wheel spacers, maybe stock first gen front spacer?
I will try to take measurements and post them here tomorrow.
What about the rear brake system?
Thanks again

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Here we go
1985 rebel front wheel space specs:
28mm long
22mm overall diameter
15mm inside diameter

Hope that helps.
Just for kicks here's the specs for the front wheel spacer from the donor bike that my aluminum wheels came off of (no idea year, or exact make):
30mm long
22mm o.d.
15mm i.d.

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