Question about 2008 Honda XR 125 L
Rear wheel spacer, some bikes have different sizes for each side and they may go only one way so make sure it is the correct side.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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Oct 19, 2014 | Motorcycles
With the larger outside diameter on the outboard side hold the external spacer between the belt sprocket and the rear swingarm and then slide the axle through left side of the swingarm, the external spacer and the belt sprocket into wheel hub and then when the axle emerges from the hub on the brake disc side of the wheel, push the axle through the short external spacer, the brake caliper bracket and the right side of the rear swingarm.
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