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Rear wheel mounting: a lot of troubles

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Rear wheel mounting: a lot of troubles

Postby pierodn » Sun Jan 15, 2017 9:51 am

Hi All,
I need your help, please.
I have troubles to mount the rear whell.
Let me start by saying:
-the rear spindle and spacers are new, ebaty bought:
http://www.ebay.it/itm/Norton-P11-750-G ... 2516.l5255
Missing some parts?
When i tight the spindle nut on the sprocket side, the wheel locks up and will not turn over.
I cannot understand:
-if the new spindle set is not right (i know that the spacers in the picture are not in the right series);
-what needs the ring grooved spacer on the drive side if when the spindle is tight and the wheel locked it turns free and have end play about 3 mm;
-if the problem is on the drive side or is the speedo drive.
Do you have some pictures with the rear wheel/spindle mount?
Last question: i laced the rim central on the hub. But now the wheel seems not to be in the center of the swing arm, about 4 mm more on the timing side (could be the problem the spindle spacers sprocket side?).
Thanks for helping me.
Piero

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Re: Rear wheel mounting: a lot of troubles

Postby CanukNortonNut » Sun Jan 15, 2017 2:17 pm

See comments in P11 wheels thread.
Cheers,
Thomas
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Re: Rear wheel mounting: a lot of troubles

Postby pierodn » Sun Jan 15, 2017 3:10 pm

CanukNortonNut wrote:See comments in P11 wheels thread.
Cheers,
Thomas

Hi.
I know the comments that Do not solve my problems.
My hub has all the parts like per manual (i know the picture with the wrong series).
It remains to clarify the wheel offset.
If the rim must be laced in the center of the hub why it the rim is not centered with the swinging arm?
Thanks for help.
Piero

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