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anyone have tried this?

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Just a wild guess, but I think it would work.


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Me too. The whole wheel and brake. I am told the splines are different so one can’t use the just the wheel.
Problem is I don’t want to spend the money to find out. Lol.

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If your going to have to spend money to do it, why not just fit the correct conical rear wheel? Any wheel can fit... Just depends how much effort you want to put in to make sure that everything lines up properly.


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If were building a BITSA outta parts I had lying around to get a machine back on the road at minimal costs then I would consider and dont see why it wouldnt work but I would rather keep the BSA QD rear hub setup over the pre-conical real triumph hub if I had the choice.


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Originally Posted by Allan G
If your going to have to spend money to do it, why not just fit the correct conical rear wheel? Any wheel can fit... Just depends how much effort you want to put in to make sure that everything lines up properly.

actually alan, the bike is dry framed. i do have a conical wheel around.
so that was another question. conical wheel on the rear of a dry triumph frame. lol


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