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Old 03-25-2015, 10:46 AM
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Stevo...another good option.
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Old 05-28-2015, 08:54 AM
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Update...I bought a 1820KY 36 hole rim from pro wheel and it fit like a glove! Although it is not listed for the 88 CR250, it fits. Spokes are still available from Honda.
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Hi guys,

Same Problem,
The Cr125,250 & 500 have the same hub in 88. Specs(E1 BLACK - 20MM AXLE - BRG TO BRG 138.5MM - ROTOR OD 220MM ID 122MM - BOLT CIRCLE 6 ON 143MM - SPROCKET BOLT CIRCLE 6 ON 153MM - 36 SPOKES - FITS 87-88 CR125 CR250 CR500 42601-KS6-700ZA 1988 )

Currently have a usable hub 36 hole but would need spokes and rim. (gold- 18 or 19 inch rim- spokes depending on size)

After reading some of the solutions posted above.

Do you know if there would be any issues swapping the whole hub and wheel for a newer year 32 hole set up? might save me some trouble

It seems as though the 88 cr125 had a different swing arm then any other year. Not sure how much that makes a difference with the rear hub fitting up.

Any help
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Old 03-20-2017, 07:10 AM
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I would stick with the factory style 18 inch rim. You can still buy spokes from Honda, but at $3.61 from Partzilla that adds up to $130 plus shipping. You may be better off to find a used wheel on ebay or a m/c scrap yard. You can try this guy. MrSuperSport@yahoo.com or 208-771-0882
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Old 03-20-2017, 10:16 AM
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You may be able to swap the whole wheel assembly, but you may run into issues with wheel spacers and axle sizes. Check out the following links:

Honda CR125 Bike ID
Honda CR 250 ENGINE
Honda CR 450

That's the most complete source of cross-reference info I'm aware of. You can also go to partsfish.com and find the OEM part number, then search for it and and cross-reference it that way.
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