I am getting ready to put my rear wheel back on and can't remember which way the spacers on either side of the wheel go. I remember reading it on here a while back but after a quick search I can't find it.:bang::bang:
Bearings are cheap and simple to change, better safe than sorry..FYI don't go by the 10k. save yourself some headaches and just go ahead and change the bearings whenever you change the tires, and that will usually be around 6k/7.5k for the rear. and if you have the tendency to ride in the rain, do the bearings more often.
Ran across worse things.Copy, I appreciate all the info. Tires were replaced by previous owner about 1000 miles ago and those spacers were installed wrong like other things I’ve found installed wrong or missing on this bike.
Picture. Notice the wear marks from the spacers being pushed up against the frame cutouts for axle/adjuster.
Call Donna or Eric from HDM. INC or check their website www.bigdogpartskingpin.comI was a dumbass this spring and didn't take the time to check all the hex bolts on driven pulley. I'm assuming a noise i thought was a rock was actually a bolt. Long story short rather than call for help; i tried to limp her home. About 3/4 miles from home; remaining bolts worked out and the pulley/spacer pretty much welded them selves together. Any help on where I can find replacement parts is greatly appreciated.
The side that has a ridge on it goes towards the wheel Bearing. The smooth flat side goes against the frame.I am getting ready to put my rear wheel back on and can't remember which way the spacers on either side of the wheel go. I remember reading it on here a while back but after a quick search I can't find it.:bang::bang: