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Just need a diagram of where the spacers go on the front axle.

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You didn't say if your bike is a 50cc or 1500cc. There is a bit of difference in the wheel mounting. In any event, go to the website below and you can see an exploded diagram of the Suzuki wheel assemblies. Do the " parts search by model ". Please rate my answer. Thanks!
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