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Rim change I have a 99 Katana with aluminum or satin looking rims that has a slight flat place in the front rim so I w as wanting to what is the year spand I could go up to as far as 99 to what and would GSXr rims fit as well if I came across some?

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  • mydamhouse Jan 25, 2009

    I have be looking for a shop that does that so far what I have came up with is that I would be sending it off and could take up to a month o more and that makes me somewhat uncomfortable about doing so but I'll keep looking as well and thank you

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If the spot isn't too bad you can have it straightened. The part number for the wheel is 54111-08F10-Y6G and it fits 1998 - 2003 Katanas, both 600 & 750 sizes. I've used framestraightsystem.com and been very happy with their work on my 2003 SV1000S rim, look around locally and you'll probably find a shop that can do it.

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