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Anyone know if an "82"Rim will fit an "83" bike.



My rear rim has 2 cracks in the hub area and the bearing fell out when disassembled. I am not sure what years will fit. It is a 16 inch rim.



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it will fit but the pattern wont match your front rim. jb
 

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I remember the 82 has less spokes now that you mention it. I am not haveing a lot of luck finding an 83 though, so I may have to live with it for now.:action:



Thanks for the info.
 

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I have an '83 parts bike with a rim. I assume it's in good condition. But it's a matter of getting to it.

I also have a brand new rear wheel I bought off ebay a few years ago. May hang onto the new one.
 

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I am interested in it, new or used.

When would you know for sure?

I can't ride at the moment sooooo...
 

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If your tossing that back rim, I will buy the brake rotor off you if it is the five bolt one. Let me know!
 

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I think you have to switch the" star " or final drive flange inside the wheels to fit the same years rear drive ,,,, the teeth are just a little different for each year of the 1100 moldels..
 

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Chris in VA thanks for the ebay tip1

Picasso thanks for the info.

Stink151 I will let you know about the brake disc as soon as I receive the rim I just ordered.

Thanks to all for your help. It is much appreciated. this is a great forum.
 

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picasso wrote:
I think you have to switch the" star " or final drive flange inside the wheels to fit the same years rear drive ,,,, the teeth are just a little different for each year of the 1100 moldels..
i think the star hub inside the wheel is the same on all 1100s . The teeth might appear a little differant due to the wear pattern from mileage and if they werent regularly moly pasted. JB
 
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