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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-04-2010, 10:56 PM Thread Starter
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05 cbr600rr rim

I currently have a bent rim. I am curious as to what year and model rim would work on my bike. 05 600 rr. i just need somethin inexpensive used and not bent.

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I know 03-06 are the same and I've been told 07/08 needs some spacer to work with the older models but can't confirm

I have a set of 03/04 wheels FS for $300

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I know 03-06 are the same and I've been told 07/08 needs some spacer to work with the older models but can't confirm

I have a set of 03/04 wheels FS for $300
I think the Rear will work with the older model. The front is the one that needs spacers.
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front or rear?
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all 03 -06 wheels are interchangable some are gloss black and some are flat 05 and 06 flat i think. Also I have a 06 rear wheel forsale CHEAP and great cond. with bad tire if you need one LMK
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tomorrow im putting an 07 rim on my 05.. i dont know if it will fit yet! we will see!
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The front will need spacers. The rear works no problem. Only difference is the finish, as stated above. 03-06 are a dark grey matte, while the 07+ are gloss black.
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