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After much research, I am a bit confused.
Many of the people on here that are installing CBR600F3 rear wheels mention machining the wheel to accept the Triumph wheel bearing....
As others note, the triumph wheel bearings are direct fit in the honda wheel. You use the honda cush drive. The machining you refer to is to make the honda cush drive accept the triumph cush drive bearing.
To avoid chucking the honda cush drive in a lathe and opening up the bearing journal, you can also make up a new cush drive spacer that is identical on the exterior to the honda spacer, but with a 17mm axle hole (instead of the 20 mm honda shaft hole). With this method, you use the honda cush drive bearing...
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