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DRZ400SY rear disc Help !!!!!!!

HI all
I hope someone can help We have a year 2000 DRZ400SY we have ordered a new rear disc which when it arrived wont fit as its 240mm diameter the old one is only 220 mm
The people that have supplied the disc say its the right one for the DRZ and that they have sold loads of them
so whats going on have we got the wrong size dices on our bike or have the parts people got it wrong ? one thought I have had is maybe the E version has bigger discs
Thanks Bob


if this doesn't work out where is a good place to get a new disc from
( one that fits would be good )
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I have two rear wheels; one off an (E) and one of an (S) they both have 220mm discs.

I think your supplier is mistaken or perhaps has their current stock numbered incorrectly.

I have bought a disc on eblag and also an EBC disc from B&C Express

B&C Express - EBC Disc Pads and Rotors -> Suzuki

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