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Thread: R1200GS 17" front wheel

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    Quote Originally Posted by skid06 View Post
    you got any pics?
    Machined rim? No. Barely seen difference
    Forgot: You do need shorter bolts

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    If I was doing the conversion on a LC model I would stick to the standard GS 17" alloy wheel on the rear as a 170 profile rear tyre is more than enough and then match it with a RT or similar 17" front rim and a 120 profile tyre .

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