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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-28-2017, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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TV rear hub thread left or right?

i could have sworn my 910 had a right (normal) thread
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I don’t own a TV but as a rule manufacturers of left hand threaded nuts will machine small notches into the circumference of the nut to indicate that it is a leftie.

They can be subtle but can be seen in the pic below which shows a nut from an F4 (wheel side).
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All of the WHEEL NUT sides are reverse threaded (LH thread). All of the SPROCKET NUT sides are normal thread (RH thread) on modern MVs.

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The wheel nut (right side of the bike) side on the TVL is reverse threaded.

From the maintenance manual:

The polygonal fixing nut of the rear wheel has a left hand thread. To effectuate the removal it is therefore necessary to turn the torque wrench in a clockwise direction as shown in the figure.
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