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    Just joined this forum because people seem to really know there stuff on here. I own a 2013 m90 I am looking for a rear m109 rim and not sure what parts I will also need with it. Says the m109 has three different spacers. I'm kinda stuck on where to start looking to find a good rim cheap and what else I will need to order so I can do the swap. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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    parts needed
    M109 rear wheel
    M109 wheel bearings
    M109 bearing spacer (spacer that’s inside wheel between bearings)
    Every thing else comes from the m90 wheel. Rotor, rubber bushings, drive.

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    I happen to have both a front and rear rim off a 2006 M109R. Stock rims in the stock factory color. I recently put a 10 inch Coastal Moto rear rim and 4.25 inch front rim on my Nine, and the stock ones are now gathering dust. Rear is a 8.5 inch, front is a 3.5 inch. I'll have to look, but the inside spacer is there. All the outer ones were put back on with my new rims. Bearings are there as well.
    SILVER 2006 M109R.
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    I have done this mod. First off.... the only parts you need off the 109 are the rim and the spacer that goes between the bearings.The bearings and the dust seal and all other parts are the same on the 109 and the 90. I have the 5 spoke rim on the front so I sourced out a five spoke rear rim off a 109. There is a 6 spoke 109 rim and although most people won't notice it would bug the he'll out of me. Not sure what years 109 had what. DO NOT buy a 109 front rim as it will not work on an M90.

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    The rims I have are off a 2006, and are six spoke. I believe the five spoke are off 2015 and later, and are usually black. Mine are silver. Spacer is still inside the wheel, trapped by the bearings.
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    SILVER 2006 M109R.
    BLACK 2008 B-KING


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    Quote Originally Posted by cbxer55 View Post
    The rims I have are off a 2006, and are six spoke. I believe the five spoke are off 2015 and later, and are usually black. Mine are silver. Spacer is still inside the wheel, trapped by the bearings.

    Would you want to sell that stock front? If so how much? I need a core for a chrome rim that way im not down waiting :)

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    I was waiting to see if the cat who started this thread wanted to buy them both. If not, then I'll sell it to you. I'd rather sell both and not have them in my garage. I already have boxes and packing material to ship them in, the same ones my new rims came in.
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    If the spacer is still in between the 2 bearings then that's a bonus....you won't need to buy anything.

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