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This is a discussion on CB450 fork spacing info needed within the Technical forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; attempting to put a 19" cb450 front whell on a cb400. first thing i need to know to decide if i go further than having ...

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    CB450 fork spacing info needed

    attempting to put a 19" cb450 front whell on a cb400.
    first thing i need to know to decide if i go further than having a rebuilt wheel and shiny new spokes on it is how far apart are the fork tubes? and also where the axle goes thru the bottom of the forks what is the distance apart from L to R there too? gotta fins out if i've got enough room between my 400 forks for the hub and speedo drive of a 450 wire spoked wheel. hoping i haven't jumped in blind with no chance of it happening
    That\'d be a good idea if it made any sense

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    pretty sure the wheel is from like 71 or 72 maybe.. I don;t know enough about them to be certain.
    That\'d be a good idea if it made any sense

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    pretty sure the wheel is from like 71 or 72 maybe.. I don;t know enough about them to be certain.
    That\'d be a good idea if it made any sense

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    on second thoughts since i don't have the speedo drive unit for the wheel as yet. if someone could measure the wheel thickness(excluding any spacers) including the speedo drive unit at the front axle that'd be a great start for me.
    cheers.
    That\'d be a good idea if it made any sense

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    on second thoughts since i don't have the speedo drive unit for the wheel as yet. if someone could measure the wheel thickness(excluding any spacers) including the speedo drive unit at the front axle that'd be a great start for me.
    cheers.
    That\'d be a good idea if it made any sense

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