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Versys X-300 wheels on a 650?

Has anyone looked into if the spoked wheels from the X-300 will fit on the 650?


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The 300 front wheel is 19" rather than the 650's 17", so you would have some modifications to the front fender. Also, the 300 has a single front disk, where the 650 is dual. And they 300 wheels are quite a bit narrower than the 650. That's only the obvious things I see, and there may be others. I'm going to say no, they won't work, but I could be wrong.

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The 300 front wheel is 19" rather than the 650's 17", so you would have some modifications to the front fender. Also, the 300 has a single front disk, where the 650 is dual. And they 300 wheels are quite a bit narrower than the 650. That's only the obvious things I see, and there may be others. I'm going to say no, they won't work, but I could be wrong.
That's what I'm thinking too. Maybe in the future the 650's will get some of the 300's more ADVish features...
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Suzuki DL1000 19" front... single disk...
SV650 rear.


DL1000 and SV650 wheels with Dual disks...


DL1000 front with stock forks...


No way anything from another KAWASAKI is going to fit... absolutely impossible.

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