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Anyone know what axle blocks are compatible from year to year?

I have a 2002 YZ426 and I believe the axle blocks differ from the 2000-2001 YZ426 due to the updated swingarm. Anyone know if my 2002 takes the same axle blocks as 2003+ 450s?

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Anyone know what axle blocks are compatible from year to year?

I have a 2002 YZ426 and I believe the axle blocks differ from the 2000-2001 YZ426 due to the updated swingarm. Anyone know if my 2002 takes the same axle blocks as 2003+ 450s?

 

I checked the parts fiche and the 2002 YZ426 has the same axle block part numbers as the 2003 & 2004 YZ450F / YZ250 2 Stroke.   2005+ Look to have changed, but I believe they are still the same size - Probably a minor change to the axle block that required the new part number.

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I have been looking for an extra set of wheels for my 2013 WR450F.  The bike is plated and has DOT tires on it almost always.  The tires I am running are not ideal for some of the riding I have been doing.  I wanted to have the extra set of wheels with pure knobbies and sproket more suited for off road and just swap around.  I found a set of wheels for a 2010-13 YZ250F ... will these wheels work for me?

 

Thanks,

 

Don

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Front yes, rear no.

 

Thanks grayracer, contacted the seller and he won't split the set so I'll keep looking!

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The rear wheel would in fact fit the bike, but it's a 19" rim, which might be just fine in and of itself, but the rim is also a narrower width than should be used with 100-120 width tires.  (1.85" vs. 2.15").

 

The front would also not run your speedo.

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The rear wheel would in fact fit the bike, but it's a 19" rim, which might be just fine in and of itself, but the rim is also a narrower width than should be used with 100-120 width tires.  (1.85" vs. 2.15").

 

The front would also not run your speedo.

 

grayracer -

 

According to his ad the wheels are 18/21?  Here is a copy of his ad posted:

 

 

"Complete set of DNA wheels that will fit '10-13 Yamaha YZ250F. May fit other years if you change the spacers.

Good bearings, seals, like new OEM front rotor, ok rear rotor. Sprocket with 2 rides on it and pretty decent tires still. IRC M5b on rear and Dunlop MX32 on front.

18 in rear

21 in front"

 

I could live without the speedo because I had to add a trail tech to get plated (non re-setable odometer).  I figured I could add a spacer if needed on front?

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DNA hubs will be more widely adaptable because they're set up to accept alternate spacer kits so as to cross fit to more bikes.  They would likely work.

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Awesome info, I think I have my answer, but just a bit of clarification.  I have a 2008 wr450f that I am converting to SM.  I purchased a used set of excel hoops laced to stock hubs, from a yz450f.  the person I bought them from had got them used, so he does not know the specific year the hubs came off of, but he had them mounted on a 2008 yz450f without problems using stock spacers, etc.  what, if anything will I need to mount them to the wr?  I believe rear will mount up fine, but a little unsure on the front?  can I just use my stock spacers, and unhook the speedo cable?  plan on running trail tech anyways, so not an issue, or do I need to get yz spacers, bearing seals, etc?  thanks for the help, looking to order parts asap if needed, as wheels should be here in a couple of days.  thanks in advance

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The rear will fit, but you will need to remove the speedo drive from the axle and use the short right side spacer/seal collar from a YZ to fit the front.

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Will wheels from a 2000 426 fit on my 98 yz400f? I read the post about what fits what but was a little confused.

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Anyone know what axle blocks are compatible from year to year?

I have a 2002 YZ426 and I believe the axle blocks differ from the 2000-2001 YZ426 due to the updated swingarm. Anyone know if my 2002 takes the same axle blocks as 2003+ 450s?

                          CHAIN PULLER BLOCKS   FITS 02-04 YZ250 YZ125 YZ250F WR250F, 02 WR426F YZ426F, 03-04 YZ450F WR450F - 5NY-25388-00-00 5NY-25389-00-00

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1999 YZ400F-

 

FRONT AXLE- FITS 99-04 YZ125 YZ250, 98-00 YZ400F WR400F, 00-02 YZ426F, 01-04 YZ250F WR250F, 03-04 YZ450F WR450F – 5BE-25181-00-00

 

FRONT HUB- 140 R-Y - AXLE OD 20MM - BRG TO BRG 68MM - ROTOR OD 245MM ID 118MM - ROTOR BOLT CIRCLE 6 ON 134MM - FITS 96-00 YZ125 YZ250, 98-99 YZ400F, 00-01 YZ426F - 4SS-25111-00-00

 

REAR AXLE- 22MM FITS 99-04 YZ125 YZ250, 01-04 YZ250F WR250F, 99 YZ400F, 00-02 YZ426F, 03-04 YZ450F WR450F, 99-00 WR400F, 01-02 WR426F - 5ET-25381-00-00

 

REAR HUB- 5ET00 - 22MM AXLE OD - BRG TO BRG 120MM - ROTOR OD 245MM, 6X BC DIA 133MM - FITS 99-13 YZ125 YZ250, 99 YZ400, 00-02 YZ426F, 01-08 YZ250F WR250F 03-08 YZ450F, 99-00 WR400F, 01-02 WR426F, 03-08 WR450F – 5ET-25311-00-00

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What rear hub will fit a 2014 yz450f ? Will the previous models? Will a 2010 yz250f rear hub fit ?

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