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1988 hd flt rear wheel spacer diagram - FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic Harley Davidson Motorcycles

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The wheel not being equally spaced under the fender is typical of all Softail motorcycles. They have an "offset" wheel stance. I don't know exactly why but they are designed this way.

The three spacers you are talking about is actually one spacer and two seal races. The two seal races go into the wheel bearing seals on either side of the wheel. This provides a smooth finish for the wheel bearing seals to ride on. The other "spacer" is a bit larger and goes on the belt side of the wheel and the rear brake caliper bracket acts as the spacer on the other side. Anytime you take the wheels off your bike, always mark and make a drawing of the positions of the spacers.

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Take great care on reassembly ,as the spacers may be of diffrent lenghts which will if put back wrongly will throw the wheel off its true running centre .and cause problems .Allway remember to mark parts or do a drawing when removing and stripping down for repair or servicing ..It saves a great deal of problems .Try and assemble the spacers and look to see if the wheel is in line with the belt drives .

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Not much on newer hogs but I'd guess if the spacers aren't the same length when you got the wheel on you'd see that the wheel isn't centered.Try again.Put the end thru the swing arm put on a spacer,push it thru the hub,put on the other spacer,push it thru swing arm put on washers and nut[loosely]and check the alaignment.Like I said I'm not much.

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Next, you didn't say whether you were asking about a front wheel or rear wheel. Lots of differences there. Are the belt pulleys the same width. Later model bikes use narrower belts.

Next, by "clutches" I'm going to assume you're talking about brake calipers. There are no clutches on a wheel that I know of. Measure the diameter of the rotor and make sure it's the same as you original rotor. Once under the bike, make sure the spacing is correct for the caliper to sit about in the middle of it's side to side travel. It's best to use the wheel only, sans the pulley and rotors. measure the width of the hub and axle as compared to your original wheel. If they are the same, then move to the next item, rotor or pulley or both. Then get the wheel postitioned where it goes and measure for spacers. Good Luck and be careful

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