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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 01:19 PM Thread Starter
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rear ABS question

Does anyone have a clear picture of the rear ABS wheel off the bike, showing how the pulse sensor is attached?

i would basically like to know what the difference in stock vs ABS rear wheel?

there have been 2 different statements on this matter and i would like to know if anyone has a picture to get the most accurate information.

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The pulser ring and cover are held on with 3 torxs screws. The non ABS will have the bosses, the ABS will have the bosses and they will be drilled and tapped to accept the screws
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thanks for the pics Dave.

let me see if i can clarify or get this correct.

Clueless, If i were to carefully drill and tap. the 3 holes in a regular non ABS rim it would then become an ABS rim?

there are no other ridges or edges that the pulser ring sets in?

just those 3 tapped holes in those areas.

i believe when this was discussed before Frenchguy says there is a ridge it sets in and another member says he just tapped holes.

What I would like to do is get a non ABS rear wheel from Ebay and send it out to Kosman, instead of taking mine off and sending it.

if that is possible and all that seperates them is the 3 tapped holes for the torx screws.

guess i need a pic where the pulser ring is off or sits?

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Clueless, If i were to carefully drill and tap. the 3 holes in a regular non ABS rim it would then become an ABS rim?

there are no other ridges or edges that the pulser ring sets in?

just those 3 tapped holes in those areas.

i believe when this was discussed before Frenchguy says there is a ridge it sets in and another member says he just tapped holes.

What I would like to do is get a non ABS rear wheel from Ebay and send it out to Kosman, instead of taking mine off and sending it.

if that is possible and all that seperates them is the 3 tapped holes for the torx screws.

guess i need a pic where the pulser ring is off or sits?
I can't help with that, there has not been an ABS unit in to where I work, and there are no good pics in the manual. I would think that the top of the bosses would need to be machined flat for the pulser ring to set on.
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