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The 848, HM, 999 series and 1098 use the same front wheel.

They all have a 25mm axle. The stepped spacer on the right side of the axle is 30mm.


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So to put a 999 front wheel on my race 848 all I need to do is use my 848 front axle, spacers and rotors? Do I need to swap the bearings and inner spacer on the 999 wheel.

Thanks Greg
 

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So to put a 999 front wheel on my race 848 all I need to do is use my 848 front axle, spacers and rotors? Do I need to swap the bearings and inner spacer on the 999 wheel.

Thanks Greg
Most of the superbikes run the 25/30 mm front axle bolt. I can't recall ever pulling one any other size than that. SO the bolt itself will go through the hole of the 999 wheel. I can't say for sure if the rest of it will work but I don;t see why not. The only thing I could think that would be different is the rotor bolt mounting. Some are 5 bolt & some are 6. But if you're using the 999 rotors too I'd think it'd work.
 

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So to put a 999 front wheel on my race 848 all I need to do is use my 848 front axle, spacers and rotors? Do I need to swap the bearings and inner spacer on the 999 wheel.
Just the axle and spacers, I have 1198 Ohlins forks on my 916 and am using a 916 wheel, only needed the 1198/1098/848 axle and spacers (albeit a larger spacer for the left side to fill the recess left by the mechanical speedo drive). Both 916 and 1198 use a 25mm axle as does 999/749, bearings and inner spacers will be OK.

I had to get new rotors as the offset is 5mm bigger but I believe that 999 has the same 15Mmm offset as 848? if so you don't need to swap them.

A useful tip; 916 front fender fits perfectly on 1198/1098/848 forks so if you're after a fancy CF part you can use a 916/748/996/998 fender which can often be found for less money than the newer 848/1098/1198. ;)
 

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what about rear wheels? what are the sizes and interchangeabilities?
rears are another story. Even the 848 wheel is NOT interchangeable with the 1098/1198. It has a smaller bore. The single sided Monster rears will fit a 748/996/998 as will the Multi rear wheel. I also believe the Streetfighter shares the same rear with the 1098/1198
So to break it down on the rears:
*edit* 848 rear is same as all single sided swing arms EXCEPT 1098/1198/SF
748/996/998 is good on all those & Monster S2R, S4R S4RS, Multi
1098/1198/Streetfighter/1200 Multi are interchangeable.

If any of this info is wrong feel free to correct me but I think it's right
 

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so a 999 or 1098 or 848 or 1198 wheel will fit my 748?

no, different number of screws per brake disc, different off-set


848 rear is ONLY good on an 848
If any of this info is wrong feel free to correct me but I think it's right
no, 848 rear is same size as hypermotard and does fit all single sided
swingarms but the 1098/1198 ones.
 

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no, 848 rear is same size as hypermotard and does fit all single sided
swingarms but the 1098/1198 ones.
OK, I didn't know about the Hyper& I swore the 848 was bigger than the earlier bikes. Sorry for the mis information people. I should go back & edit so as not to perpetuate false info :p

I also just checked & found out the new Multi 1200 shares the same rear wheel as the 1098/1198 & SF
 

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so a 999 or 1098 or 848 or 1198 wheel will fit my 748?

what about rear wheels? what are the sizes and interchangeabilities?
Actually, yes the WHEEL will fit but the rotor offset will be different and you may need spacers. I use an 848 wheel and rotors with a 748 axle and 999R forks with no problems. It's s track bike so I didn't need speedo drive. I did need spacers for the brake calipers.
 
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