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Request Rear Hub Interchange Chart

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Any sort of chart created to show which hubs fit upon which axle?

As in hubs from an 07 fit a 87 but the total width increases by 1" per side, etc.

I was hunting down a set of rear hubs to fit on my 1987 YFM350 Moto-4 to get rid of a wobble and read a few pages of search hits here, but other than some comments that many years do fit, I have no real understanding as to what could fit my 1987 or what the effect would be using different hubs.

A chart would help then ordering/buying new rims would be easier when offset changes are known in some chart...

I am shopping for some rears on eBay, some list the year some do not, the 07 Grizzly ones looked like they would fit but increase the width between bolt stud spacing vs the OEM style and thought a chart would help if one were available...

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I've interchanged many year Yamaha hubs between models and years. I've never measured any increase in width. The spline size/count works so I use them.

Currently I'm running 4X4 Big bear front hubs on the rear of my wife's 2WD Timberwolf to replace the rear drum brake.

I wouldn't worry about your track width so much as spline fit.

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