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Just looking for a diagram showing how to re-assemble the rear end after replacing a tyre. I have put it back together but it dosnt look right. Small gap between rear fork and wheel axle like im missing a tiny spacer. Tightened up as much as possible???

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Try swaping 1 spacers around

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