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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-15-2018, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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Swapping wheels from 2017 > 2011

Morning all, I recently put a new set of wheels on my 2017 RGU. Next month I plan to install my stock 'Impeller' wheels on my bro-n-law's 2011 Ultra Classic. His is a non-ABS bike, so I've already got a set of wheel bearings to swap out.

Other than that I think it's a direct swap. Anyone know of any other issues I should be concerned with?

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Morning all, I recently put a new set of wheels on my 2017 RGU. Next month I plan to install my stock 'Impeller' wheels on my bro-n-law's 2011 Ultra Classic. His is a non-ABS bike, so I've already got a set of wheel bearings to swap out.

Other than that I think it's a direct swap. Anyone know of any other issues I should be concerned with?

Cheers. -Jay
Swap the bearings and install on the bike that is it, direct swap. I have wheels from a 17 on my 2012 again direct swap.
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Thanks much for the confirmation, that's what I was thinking.


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Yup, just reuse whatever wheel spacers are there on your bro's bike, with your wheels, once you put non-abs bearings in the wheels and you're good to go.
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