Rear Wheel Install
gpzeer at gmail.com
Tue Jun 7 10:55:06 PDT 2011
There is no flat washer between the spacer and the disc brake bracket, just
the top hat shaped spacer. The only flat washer goes just under the axle
nut as you have said. The axle can be installed from either direction, it
makes no difference, just a matter of personal preference. I install mine
from the chain side so that the nut is on the brake side.
Hope this helps.
Orem, UT USA
From: "Les Johnson" <jjohnsonlta at gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 07, 2011 6:50 AM
To: "Dennis Peterson" <gpzeer at gmail.com>
Subject: Rear Wheel Install
> Took my rear wheel off my 96 GPZ last week. Can't quite remember
> if there was a flat washer between spacer on disc brake side and disc
> brake caliper bracket. I had two flat washers and from the parts
> blowup it looks like just one is used behind axle nut. It also states
> axle installs from left side with nut on brake side but it looks
> opposite in blowup. I'll swear mine was opposite but maybe it doesn't
> Can someone clear this up for me?
> Thanks Les J
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