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post #31 of (permalink) Old 03-14-2019, 09:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Chilblane View Post
Yes I will do that anyway (document pictures) but in the worst case scenario a swing arm bored off 90 degrees, thats an expensive lump. I rather doubt that is the case as the hub definitely does not look straight or measure so relative to the swinging arm, so hopefully just a new hub and drive!
Can you beg,steal or borrow a 1 metre long straight edge,then check the alignment yourself by sitting it against the rear sprocket,then along to the front sprocket.
I would doubt very much if the swing arm has been machined out of alignment.
Have you checked for any movement in the hub with the rear wheel on yet?
That is the first thing I would do.
Next check your sprocket carrier/cush drive rubbers and spacer for any wear.


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