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I have a 1998 any differences in rear wheels from other years?
 

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To answer my own question, Honda shows 3 different part #s Anyone know what the differences are?
88-89
90
91-2000
 

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IF my memory is correct the 88/89 drive hub had six pins . all the later ones had 5. I am not aware of what would specific to a 90.
Wow, what a memory. A closer look at the parts fiche shows that you are correct. The '90 flange shows 5 pins,
 

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odinjunior, The difference is Brake Parts (and pins).....!
OK so the 88-89 had 6 pins, 91 thru 2000 wheels have the same part # 42650-MW5-315. So even though the brake parts are different the wheels are the same.

The question now is why is the 1990 different?
 

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OK so the 88-89 had 6 pins, 91 thru 2000 wheels have the same part # 42650-MW5-315. So even though the brake parts are different the wheels are the same.

The question now is why is the 1990 different?
The "Flange Set" (for the final drive) was different for 1990 compared to the 1991 - 2000.

Hope this answers your question....!!!
 
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