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  • Ajmboy changed the title to Honda Sportrax Hubs From Recon?

the bolt pattern is the main issue- as far as I know, atv brands have the same bolt patterns among the models- so you couldnt take honda rims and put in on kawasaki....  But I would say yeah, go for it!  Worst case, you might have to buy some spacers to keep the rims from rubbing your brakes... dont know about that.

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You'd have to  measure to be sure , but the hubs  may very well be interchangeable.  My guess is they most likely are if they are from similar  quad series. Hubs  from  a 250cc to  350cc bike in  either series are more likely to be a direct swap than  from a  250 and one with a much larger displacement.  More power would  call  for heavier axles  and hubs in most cases.

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