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Need hub help 07 f4r

I know theres tons of posts on this site about correct way to install a new hub, but I have a few questions on doing it. Do i need to remove the 55mm nut on the tire side or can i just remove the sprocket side? Inside the swingarm housing is there any sort of prepping that needs to be done? Those are the first questions I have, but ill probably have more through out.
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Yes you need to loosen both 55mm nuts before supporting the bike for hub removal.
Then read this following thread and study the procedure.
http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/121-hu...mitch-hub.html


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why does the axle assembly from my f4 have a ribbed and coupling on it but my new one does not?
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why does the axle assembly from my f4 have a ribbed and coupling on it but my new one does not?
That's the inner bearing race still on the axle,also the centre spacer.


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Right but looking at the new hub assembly theres no ribbed piece that short in length.
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Right but looking at the new hub assembly theres no ribbed piece that short in length.
OK,let's get this right,we are not looking at a hub but an axle.
Like I said before the wheel side inner bearing race and spacer is still on the axle.


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@DeanRR: What Mitch is saying Dean, is that part of the old bearing is still on the axle in the first picture...so is the spacer from inside the hub. That shows total destruction of the ball bearing. Those two pieces are contained within the new hub.

Your new axle should be one diameter and clean.

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I apologize, I was over complicating it, on another note, I am told there is a spacer between my hub and my sprocket, I have tried looking for pictures of it because when taking my old hub off everything was in pieces. Would either of you happen to be able to help describe or point me in the right direction?
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Dean, I highly recommend downloading the manuals from the top of the maintenance section. Donsy and others went to great lengths to make these readily available for no cost. They are invaluable.

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