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Rear wheel spacer 69 L5T

18 Feb 2020 05:00 18 Feb 2020 05:12 by rodss67.
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Rear wheel spacer 69 L5T #31
That is how I got them off. I will try it again. When you say you never bothered did you left then off? What us their purpose? Thanks!

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26 Mar 2020 22:36
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Rear wheel spacer 69 L5T #32
Will I need a fork puller to install the forks back on the bike? I remember watching my uncle use one back in the late 60's on a YDS5. Thanks.

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31 Mar 2020 21:51 31 Mar 2020 22:00 by rodss67.
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Rear wheel spacer 69 L5T #33
Used the front axel with a screwdriver through the hole to set the forks. Pretty simple.

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01 Apr 2020 00:21
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Rear wheel spacer 69 L5T #34

rodss67 wrote: That is how I got them off. I will try it again. When you say you never bothered did you left then off? What us their purpose? Thanks!

Sorry, this is going back a bit & had to see what i wrote. All i was saying was with the circlip just be careful, & i've never bothered to take any extra precautions when fitting them--just be careful doing it as not to scratch the fork tubes--that's all. Anyway, looks like you're way past there & gong well.

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