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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandy View Post
    . Maybe somebody with an 1100 can measure from the inside of the chain adjuster to the brake rotor or wheel
    Will this help or just confuse. If all ure spacers are the same u have a failed bearing somewhere. and since you didnt take my advice about checking those sprocket bolts seating correctly you HAVE NOT check the whole wheel.

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    If it fit prior to disassembly it fits now
    dont be making up red herrings to follow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cipher View Post
    If it fit prior to disassembly it fits now
    dont be making up red herrings to follow.
    thats the whole point, somehow he has mucked up/broken or bent something

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    I asked before, but you didn't specify- how would the sprocket bolts cause an issue, if the hub was never disassembled? I'm trying to understand why.
    If you're gonna do wrong, do wrong right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharpy View Post
    Will this help or just confuse. If all ure spacers are the same u have a failed bearing somewhere. and since you didnt take my advice about checking those sprocket bolts seating correctly you HAVE NOT check the whole wheel.

    Excellent drawing Sharpy! I downloaded it for future reference 👍
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    Hey sharpy, the only thing that doesn't look right on your drawing is the left side spacer sits into the hub about half inch (most of the first lip of the spacer, which you can see in the picture above too)

    I checked my right side clearances, and I'm around 37mm from inside the caliper mount to the adjustment bracket (your drawing says 36mm).
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    Quote Originally Posted by storm 64 View Post
    Excellent drawing Sharpy! I downloaded it for future reference ��
    Thanks. Its a 80 GS1000ST rear set up, hence the added specs for a E wheel. FYI. Alloy GSX swingarms are 260 wide. Stay tuned

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    Quote Originally Posted by StratJeff View Post
    Hey sharpy, the only thing that doesn't look right on your drawing is the left side spacer sits into the hub about half inch (most of the first lip of the spacer, which you can see in the picture above too)

    I checked my right side clearances, and I'm around 37mm from inside the caliper mount to the adjustment bracket (your drawing says 36mm).
    Left hand spacer disappears into a seal and the bearing is recessed.. Baring the 24mm one (brake bracket) all the rest are bearings and spacers. Ill double check about the 24mm measurement. Ok now im just showing off.......

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