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Looking for a set of used wheels for my 13 Motard, seeing what other years/bikes fit.

I searched for a long time, but can't find any relative info. Any site or thread I can check?
 

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I found part numbers correlating to axel shafts helpful as well as after market wheels specifically bst...they are largely interchangeable...running a 1098 front rim on my m821

Bst list each rim and the compatible models

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The rear should be compatible with any bike that has the smaller axle nut I believe.
 

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I found a set on the auction site from a 13 Monster 796.

Can anyone confirm or deny if these will fit my 13 Hyper?
 

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This is the info I got from the seller on the auction site:

Compatibility List of other Duc models

1. All Hypermotard wheels(including previous models)
2. 1199/s/r wheels
3. Monster 796/1100
4. 899 wheels

I'm assuming my ABS ring just bolts right on to non ABS wheels.....:confused:
 

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Nah. The hub is bigger on the 2nd gen hyper to the first...ie the wheels from a street fighter won't fit my 1100 evo sp.

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No it isn't. I have my 2008 1100S wheels on my 2013 821.
 

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Hmmm....goes against everything I knew....ive seen an 821 with a 200 section tyre...youd never get that on an 1100...

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Hmmm....goes against everything I knew....ive seen an 821 with a 200 section tyre...youd never get that on an 1100...

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Without knowing what wheels are on that 821, you should be able to physically fit a 200 on the 5.5" rim. Probably won't handle well, but it can be done.


As far as I know, Ducati has 2 SSSA axle sizes. One that takes a small nut(Hyper 1100, 821), and one that takes a larger nut(1098, Multi 1200).
 
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