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Front wheel question

Does the stroke have one or two spacers on the front wheel Was kind of in a hurry taking front wheel off this afternoon for a tire change and went to the bike shop where they pointed there was only one spacer in the front wheel? Thought it may have dropped off on the way to the shop or the front axle acts as the other spacer on wheel. I know this is a pretty dumb question but my shop manual hasnt arrived yet

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My 2002 and 2003 both only had one. While sitting on the bike the spacer is installed on the right side of the front wheel. The spacer goes on the side where the axle nut installs

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

  • Judy Apr 04, 2015

    Hi same happed to me but with the rear, hAd the bike sitting with out wheel for a while and iv forgotten how it goes back 2gether PLZ help

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