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correct me if i am wrong but the rear V bolt pattern is 4x137mm yes no? and i cannot get a 10x10 rim with that circle correct? if i go to a honda hub can i get a 10x10 rim?
 

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Yes 4/137 and the other question I'm not sure....

Here's what I found....


Front---10x5---4/144---2+3
Front---10x5---4/144---3+2
Front---10x5---4/144---4+1
Rear-----9x9---4/137---3+6
Rear----10x8---4/137---3+5
 

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Yes it's 4/137----Try and call Joe at Fullerton---He said not handling them any more, (Douglas 10/10 or 10/11), but he's an older guy and changes his mind frequently---Worth a call to see before changing hubs.

Kenny
 

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Or just have the 10x10 Honda pattern wheels re-drilled to have the 4x137 pattern also. You will need to grind off the little flanges on the hubs but I did some wheels like that and they work great. Rather than just paying the machine shop to drill the pattern in the wheels for me, I had them make me a jig with the 4x110 & 4x137 patterns out of 3/8" thick steel. I just bolt the jig to the wheel with the 4x110 pattern using 10mm bolts and then drill through the 4x137mm pattern with a 27/64" drill bit.
 

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Mike do yourself a favor and just get a set of honda hubs.
I checked on the 10x10 wheels and the only good ones I could find were hipers.I know you ride in my area and the regular douglas or itp t-9's will not hold up at all so don't waste your time.
 

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Or just have the 10x10 Honda pattern wheels re-drilled to have the 4x137 pattern also. You will need to grind off the little flanges on the hubs but I did some wheels like that and they work great. Rather than just paying the machine shop to drill the pattern in the wheels for me, I had them make me a jig with the 4x110 & 4x137 patterns out of 3/8" thick steel. I just bolt the jig to the wheel with the 4x110 pattern using 10mm bolts and then drill through the 4x137mm pattern with a 27/64" drill bit.
thats a good idea a friend of mine works for a machine fab shop and i can get a jig made for free...
 

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Or you can just get the hubs on ebay for about $25 and not have to screw around drilling the wheels out.
 
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