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Thread: 200x to 250r front hub swap spacers?

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    200x to 250r front hub swap spacers?

    I swapped a 85r front hub on my 84 200x. I have a bunch of spacers but nothing's labeled and I can't seem to find the right combination to get this tire centered in the brake line up. Anyone know which ones I need to make this work?

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    Custom, but your caliper is probably also going to need to be spaced. This isn't a bolt on deal.

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    The only direct bolt on solution would be the whole 250r front end. Forks, triple tree,and hub. This guy talks about making custom spacers when swapping just the hub. It a 250sx but the same principle.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCdiEtjlIXo
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    You guys are right, I was so worried about flipping them spacers around wasn't looking at the big picture. The rotors where it needs to be right now and I could cut down some longer spacers to center the tire up, but I don't really want to space the caliper out that far.

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    I dug up one of xowner old rims thread's, looks like a 2nd gen 200x hub is a direct swap.

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    I dud the swap ans used all my 200x stuff, it took more engeey6to post this then measuring and tinkering. You can do it, just keep track of the parts.
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    As I vaguely recall:

    The 1st gen 200X hub is the widest vs 3rd gen R and 350X.

    All 3 have same spacing (rotor flange to wheel flange) on the rotor side and the difference is on the not-rotor side.

    You should be able to use the stock 200X spacer on the rotor side and a custom one on the not-rotor side.

    This is all theory not actually tried by me.

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