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D3 S/A wheels
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buster777
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October 10, 2021 - 10:10 am
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I've just got a D3 swing arm frame and forks plus a front and rear wheel from a D1 plunger.

Just wondering if the the D1 wheels can be used for the S/A frame - I realise the rear brake backplate is different

but I've got one of these.

Any help appreciated

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October 10, 2021 - 10:18 am
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The D1 & D3 share the same front & rear wheel rim / tyre sizes - 2.75 x 19

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October 10, 2021 - 10:23 am
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Thanks for the the quick response - I was really asking about the hubs and spindles fitting

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from   memery    the  pluner and  d3 s/a  are  about the  same apart from brack plate  and spacers   unles its  a  D 1 rear rigid     its  all  rong , if  its a D5  rear wheel  you have  its  a  bit more  than  that  to  fit  it  

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In which case probably best then to review parts lists. Here is one as an example :-

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The D3 SA rear brake plate is different in the torque arm arrangement, I think it’s longer, probablyy to allow for greater vertical movement of the wheeel.

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