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    Gap around rear hub

    Hi had drivechain and sprockets changed ,no movement in Cush rubbers and seem tight and good condition ,but Couldn’t get hub to fit tightly on wheel over Cush rubbers not a big gap maybe 2-3 mm ,is this ok ,normal or should it fit tight cheers in advance ,

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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    Got a photo?

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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    That's aboot reet, it doesn't fit flush sir
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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    Quote Originally Posted by rockin rexer View Post
    Got a photo?
    Yep

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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    Yep

    That looks fine

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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    Quote Originally Posted by kendo View Post
    That looks fine

    Kendo

    That's my old wheel Kenny (i have used this pic a time or two to show peeps)
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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    That's my old wheel Kenny (i have used this pic a time or two to show peeps)
    Yours looks fine also

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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    Yep


    That's less than 2-3mm!

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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    Its circa 2 IIRC but difficult to get the Vernier in

    There is nothing in assembly that will make it flush less leaving the internal spacer out - but then it sits flush.

    If incorrectly fitted its miles out in comparison - then the gap is big


    As such you comments are as relevant to the OP's question as your new avatar is to handsome people
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    Re: Gap around rear hub

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXNige View Post
    As such you comments are as relevant to the OP's question as your new avatar is to handsome people



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