Originally Posted by PistonPuller
No problems. You may want to lower the front about an inch to compensate. I would dremel out the holes slightly on the fender so you could move it up slightly and keep from rubbing. When you install the wheel it would be a good time to swap out lowers and go with a flush mount axle if that what you would want to do. Take a few runs around the block to get used to handling
PistonPuller hit it on the head. Pick your wheel and rotors and tire and bolt it on. We pride ourselves on bolt on application.
We always recommend raising the fender a tad bit as you need 5/16" of space all the way around. The tire grows in height at speed and has on some peoples bikes rubbed causing the paint to burn on top of the fender. Any competent wheel retailer will know what you need to know. Sometimes buying on ebay works out great, sometimes it can be a real hassle.
I have bought wheels on ebay that were "supposed" to be for my year bike and were not. There are plenty of people that do not know the difference between wheels for an 84-99 and a 2000 or newer.
There mare many variables depending on what year and model your bike are.