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Show me proper spacer placement on rear axle of 2002 hd duece


The axle enters from the disc brake side through a collar (washer with a cut out on it, axle adjuster bolts sits in cut out), through the swing arm, through the plain spacer, then through the wheel, then through the spacer that has a type of grouve in the middle of it, through the swing arm and finally through another collar, then a washer and finally the axle nut. Nut torque is 60 - 65 ft/lbs. Do not exceed 65 ft/lbs or wheel bearing damage will occur.

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What is the front wheel spacer placement on 2005 flht


Install or place the wheel into position between the forks with the valve stem on the right side of the vehicle. THEN coat the axle with bearing grease. THEN while supporting the wheel, insert the threaded end of the axle through the right fork leg and push it through the fork, the short external spacer and the wheel hub until it begins to emerge from the left side. THEN with the three notches on the bearing side, push the axle through the long external spacer and the left fork leg until the axle shoulder contacts the external spacer on the right fork side. THEN install the flat washer, lock washer and axle nut. THEN insert a screwdriver or a steel rod through the hole in the axle on the right side of the motorcycle AND THEN while holding axle stationary tighten the axle nut to 50-55 ft-lbs (68-75 Nm). THEN insert a 7/16 inch drill bit into the hole in the axle and pull the fork leg so that it just contacts the drill bit, and then tighten the axle holder nuts to 132-180 in-lbs or (14.9-20.3 Nm). THEN remove the drill bit from the axle hole. THEN install the brake caliper tightening the mounting bolts to 28-38 ft-lbs or (37.9-51.5 Nm). THEN BEFORE moving the motorcycle, pump the front brake hand lever until the caliper pistons push the pads against the brake discs because if the pads have not been hydraulically pushed out against the brake disk the brakes will not work when they are first attempted to be applied. SO, depress front brake hand lever several times to set the brake pads to the proper operating position within caliper before you attempt to move or ride the motorcycle.

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2004 harley flhrci rear wheel spacer positioning


If you look at it the spacer will only LOGICALLY go one way. The small side matches the bearing inner race diameter so it will go to the bearing on the right side and another giveway is that the left side spacer is the same diamter as the right side narrow diameter so that would have to go to the bearing so both similar diameter spacer dimensions will go the same way ie to the bearing race.

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Im trying to replace the wheel bearing on the front wheel suzuki vz800 2000 trying to get them out


Push the spacer between the bearings off to one side. Get a chisel or an old screw driver and tap the inner race of the bearing out from the opposite side. Save the spacer. Flip the wheel over and tap out the other side. Grind the outer edge off one of the old bearings and place it over the new bearing. Tap on the old bearing to drive the new bearing into place. You may have to finish the install with a chisel on the outer race. Alternate tapping from side to side being careful not to damage seal. Flip the wheel over put the spacer back into the wheel and tap the new bearing into place so that it barely touches the spacer. The bearings should spin freely, but should not bind (inner races pushing too hard against spacer will cause binding). If you install too tightly reach through the wheel and tap on the opposite bearing only enough to stop the binding. Press in the seals and reinstall the wheel on the bike.

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1993 Kawasaki ZX6E rear wheel bearing diagram


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I need to know rear wheel spacer placement. also where to rreference to align the rear wheel. it seems i have un equal space between the wheel and fender. i have a total of three spacers two on the pulley...


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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How many spacers are with the front wheel


Not quite sure how to answer this because of your definition of spacer may not be the same as mine. If I'm not mistaken, there are two "spacers" that are actually part of the wheel bearing seal. The are both exactly alike and the sit in the wheel bearing seals. Then there is one spacer that goes on the axle. The axles is undercut on the other side.

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Steve

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Rear wheel spacer placement?


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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