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Have a minimoto maxii 400 replaced rear tire when i took it apart all the washers and spacers fell out need to know the right combonation to go back together need drawing or photo or diagram to get it back together

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    dempseya76 Jan 08, 2012

    I have the Same problem with my maxii 400 pocket bike, did you ever figure it out or better yet do you have the diagram or exploded view of the rear wheel assembly? Please let me know~ ty Aaron in Nor Cal

  • Gnelson
    Gnelson Dec 06, 2012

    exploded view but does not have names of parts only numbers. Best I could find.

  • Gnelson
    Gnelson Dec 06, 2012

    my bad for got the link http://www.pocketbikemanual.com/freepock...

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Here is a link I found for the rear tire assembly. I think it will take some playing around to make sure everything is just right.

http://www.pocketbikeplanet.com/showthread.php?t=52784

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