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Some more pictures of how it goes together with the spacers.
This is the spacer that goes between the brake hub bearing and the female Cush hub bearing.
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Female Cush hub in place.
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Small spacer which goes between the female Cush hub and male Cush hub.
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All together
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Spacer that goes between the brake hub bearing and the brake calliper bracket.
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The aluminium piece to the left of the photo is the spacer needed to space the female Cush drive out far enough so the belt does not hit the tyre. This spacer is 26.5mm which never came with the wheel when I first received it.
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Hope this helps everyone understand what the dilemma has been for the last 12 months.


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OK. I thought the stock bearing on that side is sealed, and still has a seal outside too though? I've got to admit I've pulled a lot less bike axles out than cars...
 

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BTK,
I understand what your saying about the pulley but it is a Harley pulley to make the gearing lower.
I have a 33tooth roadstar pulley on the front and a 65 tooth Harley pulley on the rear with a 128 tooth gates s&s belt.

It does approx. 2000rpm at 62mph.
 

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all the stuff pictured is exactly how the stock wheel goes together basically bearing, sleeve, bearing, spacer, drive, bearing, spacer. amazing they took a year to measure and machine that little bit of stuff, sorry for your drama in this , btk572
 
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