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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-22-2017, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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Right rear (sprocket side) wheel spacer?

Can the right (sprocket side) rear wheel spacer go in any way? I did notice a small groove in it but I am not sure which way I put it back in (perhaps groove on the outside), Everything seems to roll okay and no binding etc.

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If you mean the one outside of the sprocket either way will do. The one inside the sprocket carrier it fits only one way.

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outside of the sprocket

Thanks Jonnys Bonnie, yup I meant the outside (donut) spacer, much thanks on the info, didn't think it would matter which way it went in as nothing is mentioned in the service manual, but just wanted to make sure...

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Thanks Jonnys Bonnie, yup I meant the outside (donut) spacer, much thanks on the info, didn't think it would matter which way it went in as nothing is mentioned in the service manual, but just wanted to make sure...

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I think J.B. is a.k.a. a prickly fellow going by J.C.....if my sources are correct
??

Maybe not.

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I have been called many things but definitely not Mr J. Cactus

I think I know who you mean from his youtube presence. A fine looking chap so I'm not to worried

He does some good mods, worth a watch.

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