Someone who got their rearwheel off...!?

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Someone who got their rearwheel off...!?

Postby Killerwhale » Thu Mar 22, 2007 5:52 pm

Is there someone who has the rearwheel off and can check the spindle length....preferably in cm! :)

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Postby PhatVR6 » Thu Mar 22, 2007 9:56 pm

will be able to measure mine this weekend, got a spare one.
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Postby Killerwhale » Fri Mar 23, 2007 7:52 am

PhatVR6 wrote:will be able to measure mine this weekend, got a spare one.


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Postby Killerwhale » Sun Mar 25, 2007 8:28 pm

PhatVR6 wrote:will be able to measure mine this weekend, got a spare one.


And the magic number are!? :lol:
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Postby Quan-Time » Mon Mar 26, 2007 11:00 am

how you mean "spindle" length.. do you mean axle ? i have a spare wheel sitting in the shed atm.. im fairly sure i have an axle to go with it. actually and a swingarm aswell...

what info you want...

Ive put this thread on "notify" so i should get an email asap.
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Postby Killerwhale » Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:38 pm

Quan-Time wrote:how you mean "spindle" length.. do you mean axle ? i have a spare wheel sitting in the shed atm.. im fairly sure i have an axle to go with it. actually and a swingarm aswell...

what info you want...

Ive put this thread on "notify" so i should get an email asap.


It´s actually an englishman asking....but lets call it axle and spacers...ok!?
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Postby Quan-Time » Mon Mar 26, 2007 1:50 pm

yup its 10pm now, but ill post a pic and measurements tomorrow.

PS: i do actually know imperial, but coz its a Japanese bike, everytihng is metric, and australia is metric,, so thats what you get :)
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Postby Killerwhale » Mon Mar 26, 2007 2:34 pm

Quan-Time wrote:yup its 10pm now, but ill post a pic and measurements tomorrow.

PS: i do actually know imperial, but coz its a Japanese bike, everytihng is metric, and australia is metric,, so thats what you get :)


Just fine! Thanks a lot!
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Postby HolerTogni » Mon Mar 26, 2007 9:00 pm

Hi Killer!

Just been in the cellar doin' a little measuring on my (rear wheel) spare axle.

Here are the results:

Overall length: 320 mm
Length of thread: app. 21 mm (without the radius)
Thickness of the collar at the end of the axle opposite to the thread: 6 mm
Thickness of the first prism: 7,0 mm
Thickness of the second prism: 10,0 mm
Thickness of the spacer: 14,0 mm
Thickness of the washer: 3,0 mm
(Dimensions with ",0" are measured with a slide gage)

I hope it helps.

Dimensioning greetings from Munich!
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Postby Killerwhale » Mon Mar 26, 2007 9:54 pm

HolerTogni wrote:Hi Killer!

Just been in the cellar doin' a little measuring on my (rear wheel) spare axle.

Here are the results:

Overall length: 320 mm
Length of thread: app. 21 mm (without the radius)
Thickness of the collar at the end of the axle opposite to the thread: 6 mm
Thickness of the first prism: 7,0 mm
Thickness of the second prism: 10,0 mm
Thickness of the spacer: 14,0 mm
Thickness of the washer: 3,0 mm
(Dimensions with ",0" are measured with a slide gage)

I hope it helps.

Dimensioning greetings from Munich!


Can´t do better than that!!! Much appreciated!

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