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Well now, that's one way to introduce yourself to the .org Good Grief.......better to keep the rubber side down.

The hassle of trying to retro fit a 95-97 front rim will be much MORE of a hassle than trying to locate a 98-99 rim.

The hub is a different width requiring different spacers. The brake disks on yours are larger and a different bolt patter, AND the calipers have a different offset because of the larger disks AND the forks are farther apart. Do this instead:

Get an F3 or 94-97 VFR front rim, 97-98 Carbed Blackbird disks, and make 2 spacers in these dimensions:

Boom, got yourself a 17" conversion, like mine:

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