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Front wheel spacer zzr 400

Hi can anyone help
i bought a zzr 400 which i found out that some plonker had fitted gsxr wheels to it which didnt fit so i bought some second hand ones from a breaker now i find that the spacer does not fit as far as i know it is a zzr spacer because the gsxr one is much bigger does anyone have the size of the front spacer because it seems to me that i have to spread the forks to get the wheel in and the brake caliper catches on the disc because its out of alignment ??

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