Q: Will rm 85 wheels fit a yz 85?

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78 + yz = yz + 78

y2 + 10z - 10y - yz = y2 - 10y - yz + 10z = y(y - 10) - z(y - 10) = (y - 10)(y - z)

3xy2z

Collect like terms together and simplify: 18xyz²6x³ = (18 × 6)(xx³)yz² =108x⁴yz²

The idea here is to transfer to the other side everything you don't need. x = yz yz = x (switching both sides) y = x/z (you divide both sides by z, since you want to get rid of the z on the left side).

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No they wont, the axle diameter may be the same, however the spacing for the sprockets and disc rotas will be out. It probably could be possible but you'd be using an awful lot of washers. They do fit onto the Suzuki Rm 85 However.

try lol they may but probably not

NO

so of them will

yes it can i have done it

I have never done this before but i think that yes! It should be fit.

yz 85 will smoke it!!

the first yz 85 was built in 1977

if it has small wheels i'd say you would have to be 5.0 foot - 5.7 foot but if it has big wheels i suggest 5.3 - 6.0 foot

different cc

a yz 85 goes about any where between 60 and 70 m.p.h

32:1 for KX 40:1 for YZ Not sure the ratio on CR's, and RM's.