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    I have the opportunity to purchase an M109 rim for my M90. The seller has taken all the bearings,seals and everything else off the rim to use on his new chrome rims. My question is could I buy the bare rim and all the "guts" from my M90 rim work on the m109 rim? I know I will need to purchase the M109 spacer.

    Thank you in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadsled View Post
    I know I will need to purchase the M109 spacer.

    You may have already read this from yesterday, but if not this will give you some more to think about.

    https://www.m109riders.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=323073

    Hopefully one of the M90 guys will pop in and get this straight for you.

    BCS

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadsled View Post
    My question is could I buy the bare rim and all the "guts" from my M90 rim work on the m109 rim? I know I will need to purchase the M109 spacer.
    You are correct. All you would need to do is purchase the M109R bearing spacer, everything else from your M90 rim can be reused.

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    You might also want to verify how many spokes the 109 rim has if its important to you that the front and rear match. It could be either a 5 or 6 spoke star pending the year bike is coming off of.

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    Thanks, I am looking for the 5 spoke and have verified that. One question for deputy .... I am a little confused as to the 109 part I need. I am hearing spacer, bearing spacer....etc. Would you happen to be able to look at the schematic on bike bandit and give me the part #for the correct part.

    Thank you,

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadsled View Post
    One question for deputy .... I am a little confused as to the 109 part I need. I am hearing spacer, bearing spacer....etc. Would you happen to be able to look at the schematic on bike bandit and give me the part #for the correct part.

    Thank you,
    It's Part Number 3 on the schematic for the M109R rear wheel.

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    the only help I can bring is this drawing
    maybe someone else can point out which part , and where .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deputy1042 View Post
    It's Part Number 3 on the schematic for the M109R rear wheel.
    #3 are the LH bearings, #9 is the spacer between LH and RH bearings. All four pieces (RH bearing, spacer and two LH bearings) need to be installed in exact order.:




    First install the right wheel bearing, then install the

    spacer and then left wheel bearings.

    The sealed cover of the bearing must face outside.
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    To avoid any further confusion, the bearing spacer is Part 3 on the schematic below.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deputy1042 View Post
    To avoid any further confusion, the bearing spacer is Part 3 on the schematic below.

    Obviously from 2 different sources. Mine is

    from original VZR1800 Service Manual.

    I also found this in Suzuki PARTS CATALOGUE VZR1800BZL6 (JS1VY53A),
    and there are also parts numbers "leadsled" is after, I hope...:



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