@slabsideB12KentK rear wheel will go in with a bit of machining and new spacers here is what I did to fit mine.
1,Remove the oil seal from the sprocket carrier and machine it flush the the bearing.
2, machine 6mm from the inner spacer to move the carrier 6mm closer to the wheel.
3,trim 3mm off the Outer face of the cushdrive rubbers (A sharp kitchen knife does the trick.
4, machine new top hat spacers Left and right to centralise the wheel
5, machine a new Cush tube to fit between the new top hat spacers.
jobs a good un