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Does anyone here have experience converting a Ducati 888 rear wheel into a Honda VFR750 RC36-2. I myself am thinking of using a Honda VFR400 NC30 rear hub for this. Should this be possible? Any help would be appreciated.

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Having the spindle (and/or wheel) modded for different wheels has been done for a while over on hawkgtforum.  I had my Hawk modded for a VFR wheel and there has been plenty modded for Ducati wheels.

 

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You might pop over there and poke around. 

 

https://www.hawkgtforum.com/forum/honda-hawk-gt-bros-discussions/hawk-bros-vendor-area/927189-spindle-mods-by-ww-r

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I think you meant to say Ducati 848 rear wheel as 888's do not have single sided swing arms. 

No personal experience with RC36-2 single nut conversion. The only RC36-2 single nut conversion I've seen is on Intagram from Japan (https://www.instagram.com/p/CTHWb3xnjeN/)

Don't know what he used, though judging from the size of the nut, looks like a Honda rear hub (https://www.instagram.com/p/BDImq_KEYl6/)

 

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On 1/23/2023 at 9:17 AM, Captain 80s said:

Having the spindle (and/or wheel) modded for different wheels has been done for a while over on hawkgtforum.  I had my Hawk modded for a VFR wheel and there has been plenty modded for Ducati wheels.

 

You might pop over there and poke around. 

 

https://www.hawkgtforum.com/forum/honda-hawk-gt-bros-discussions/hawk-bros-vendor-area/927189-spindle-mods-by-ww-r

Hawk spindle is pretty easy to modify for Duc/VFR rear, but the VFR spindle is not.  I put a Hawk spindle that was modified in the Tyga 4th Gen, and could run nc30/35 or Duc wheel.554579821_vfr750(19)b.thumb.jpg.7ed60180ccadd05387a3efce3271da73.jpg

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