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Just got this in the mail Sat.

Still need to get the rear axle brackets. But don't know which setup I need.

1", 3/4", or the 5/8". The brackets will work with all 3 axle setups.
So does anyone know the rear axle sizes on the 250 and the 450.
Thanks guys yall are the greatest.
 

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I can get axle frame tabs in 17mm and 20mm.
 

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Is it a tire balancer?
 

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That's why I'm needing to find out the rear axle size for the 250 and 450. So I can get the right size rear axle fixtures.
 

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According to the service manuals the 250 axle is 14mm and the 450 axle is 16mm.
 

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According to the service manuals the 250 axle is 14mm and the 450 axle is 16mm.
Thanks Mojo. I know I can get a 16mm setup because that's the same size as xs650.
 

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No problem, I'm happy to help.
 

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That would have to be the thread size. If it was the head size it would never be able to take the stress of even the 250.
I'm used to dealing with standard sizes. 14 mm is almost identical to 9/16". And I know that the axle for the back of the Rebel 250 is about 9/16".
 

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When in doubt you can look up the wheel bearing sizes and reference them on a site like: Bearing Sizes
 
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