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2014 judge front wheel interchange

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  1. bbennett624

    bbennett624 New Member

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    i was wondering what wheels and years are interchangeable w my 14 judge front wheel
    year ranges
    axles
    spacers
    etc

    sorry if this is a repeat but im not finding much on the subject
     
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    Trying to do swap on a '13 Judge only thing so far is Highball, Judge and Boardwalk interchange. Trying to go to 130/17,130/18 or 130/19 front and 180 on the rear. If I find out more I'll post. You do the same?
     
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    Will do thanks
     
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    judge, highball and boardwalk share the same front end
     
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    Same size wheels and tires. Just wire or cast wheels, trying to get a little difference in handling. May wind up going with a KP or Hammer front end.I suspect that several inverted forks may swap. May have to change steering stem but have done that before.
    The difference between the rake and trail don't appear to be much different between the x bikes and steel frame. 3 degrees less on cross bikes should put me about the same as when I swapped a H-D springer to a Deuce front end, looked good and handled better than stock. Just depends on price and availability on which one I try.
    Anyone make a fork brace for standard Judge, Hardball etc.?
     
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    Thanks for the input
    I also want to switch to the Hammer trees and forks but they're getting pretty hard to come by
     
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    And I have never made a fork brace I have a Honda that I bobbed out and when I did it I removed the fork brace that came stock because I removed the front fender and went Open wheel in the front but I noticed no difference in handling or ride after I removed it
     
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    found aftermarket judge wheels a bit pricy as all wheels are but pacific coast customs has wheels for the judge
     
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    I tend to ride a little harder than most, most traditional forks will flex enough I can feel it. In the past I've re-valved changed spring rates etc.. The inverted forks do much better.
     

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