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I have a flstc with factory date of 10/91. front hub had no axle sleeve parts book shows 3 sleeves for 91 only may be mis print. should there be a axle sleeve? the rear has one and shows as white or 4.448 should front hub also be this size?

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To be honest with you, I don't know. You would have to refer to a service manual specific to your model bike. I do know that it it supposed to have a sleeve in it. The length of the sleeve would be dependent upon the type of front end you have and the machining of the wheel hub itself. You would want the lenght of hub that would wind up with the fewest number of shims in the hub. As I've inferred, the assembly also has a special washer and shims in there as well. You add or subtract shims until you get an endplay of 0.002" to 0.006". Although my service manual doesn't show them, there mey be two short sleeves that go inside the wheel bearing seals on either side of the wheel. I would look in a parts manual for the recommmended parts and start from there. If you can get hold of a 6" caliper, maybe you could measure between the surfaces that the bearing races seat against, subtract for the thickness of the special washer and a few shims to determine what length spacer you need.

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Steve

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