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Old 03-07-2017, 06:57 AM
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Default GG UK dealer says all the wheel bearings are the SAME

Hi,

I am reliably infrmed, by a dealer who still owns one that the Mk3 Pampera has the same bearings in front and back wheels and the same on both sides.

So, why is my wheel displaced to the side ?
The position is determined by the axle, which changes to engage with the wheel.

There's no obvious way to mis-assemble this.

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Old 03-07-2017, 07:19 AM
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Spacers on the right sides? Was it centered before you did wheel bearing? Whenever I see something like this my first question is "what changed?"
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Old 03-07-2017, 12:31 PM
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Are the wheel spacers the same size?
Does the brake disk look like it is in the right place relative to the forks?

A picture or two will probably help
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Old 03-08-2017, 04:12 AM
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Default more on the axle etc.

The axle diameter steps down twice; the fist step positions the wheel by engaging withthe face of the wheel bering. The reduced diameter axle proceeds through the wheel and drops again, after butting against the spacer on the disk side of the wheel and the skinny axle then goes through the bottom of the fork leg.
The wheel isn't deformed, the rim sits 'centrally relative to the hub, so I am mystified by this.

There is one extra part, not shown on the parts list fitted into the hub (looks like a speedo take-off. I'll remove this and take a photo ofif, but I doubt it will change anything.

Hmmmm
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Old 03-08-2017, 08:28 AM
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Hi,

I am reliably infrmed, by a dealer who still owns one that the Mk3 Pampera has the same bearings in front and back wheels and the same on both sides.

So, why is my wheel displaced to the side ?
The position is determined by the axle, which changes to engage with the wheel.

There's no obvious way to mis-assemble this.

Mike
There must have been a change in the front wheel bearing set-up between your Mk2 and the Mk3 Pamperas.


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