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Nope arent they to long the 65,5 mm work fine in the front

I think its still possible to get wheels from Youre stockist otherwise there are alot of aftermarket wheels like jc and on ebay

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I think the 68 is also possible but after that i think it is shot
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You can do this but wider hexes can do the same with narrower wheels
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Default Ti Screws.

I want to run full Titanium hardware on my ZX-RS.
Ordered Ti hinge pins and turnbuckles from Lunsford Racing in the States.
Happy to order screws from them as well, but wondered if there was a European supplier who can beat them for price?
T-Works in Hong Kong seem reasonable too.
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I want to run full Titanium hardware on my ZX-RS.
Ordered Ti hinge pins and turnbuckles from Lunsford Racing in the States.
Happy to order screws from them as well, but wondered if there was a European supplier who can beat them for price?
T-Works in Hong Kong seem reasonable too.
If running those screws snap but bound to be a few who do. Have you looked on ebay or Amazon?
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Hi guys. For which type of zx is it made for? Zx or R mk2?

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Hi guys. For which type of zx is it made for? Zx or R mk2?

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Zx and zxr , mk2 uses an shorter motor plate and needs other holes so

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