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Just bought some wheels for my kawasaki kxf250 2007 model. the wheels are off a kxf250 2005 model. cant get the back wheel to fit because the chain touches the tyre. the chain and tyre are both the same as what i ran on the old wheels? any help much appreciated.

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Sometimes the offset of the rims are different from model to model or the spacer width are different lengths from model to model ? Would be worth confirming with a Kawasaki shop if these wheel from 05 - 07 inter change or you could be bashing you head against the shed wall !
Another thought is I assuming it has spacers each side of the hub are they the correct side or does the rim look pretty centered in the swing arm as is ? Could be worth swapping just to see if any different - good luck regards Jamie

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