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Thread: 2011 sg wheels,tires,and front rotors "abs"

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    Default 2011 sg wheels,tires,and front rotors "abs"

    I REMOVED THESE FROM MY 2011 SG THEY GOT ABOUT 9500 MILES ON THEM BUT THEY ARE STILL IN GOOD SHAPE.ILL TAKE $225.00 FOR THE PAIR. EMAIL ME AT mbtrimble2@yahoo.com
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    You say ABS in the title... what color is the seal on the bearing?
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    Greenish on one side and tan on the other. But I think all you have to do to change out to non abs is change out two of the bearings.

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    Yeah as long as they are those colors, you're good. Blacks are non-abs. And you should haven't to change the bearings on ABS wheels to use on non-ABS bike.
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    I think on abs brakes the abs bearing is a little bit thinner and the pricks are more money

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    Huh... yeah I'm not 100% sure... but when I put a set of non abs bearing wheels on last winter, the rear bolts up perfect. The only reason the front didn't, was because whoever put in the bearings put the wheel on backwards. The non abs bike just flip the spacers, but on the ABS bike, you can't flip spacers because one is a wired abs sensor.
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    Yeah I think the abs bearing is like 3 mm difference. Not sure about the back I've read where guys say you should pull the abs bearing out and replace it with a regular bearing. I would recommend doing that just cause these new Chinese bearings aren't worth a shit.if I had non abs wheels I would definitely use aftermarket bearings. IMHO

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    True that on chinese junk

    Either way good luck on the sale.. It's a smokin steal of a price.
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    Thanks it is a good deal

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