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rear wheel alignment issue... #241645
03/07/09 9:17 pm
03/07/09 9:17 pm
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hey guys, i need some help we are trying to get a rear wheel on a 69 a65 lined up correctly, the rear wheel is running about 3/4" offset to the right side, and the chain is running true, the brake drum/sprocket is tight against the hub, so i cannot shift the wheel over without creating a misalignment problem on the chain. any help is greatly appreciated

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Re: rear wheel alignment issue... [Re: lukemc] #241649
03/07/09 9:30 pm
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when the space between the inside of the chain guard on the left and swing arm on the right are the same its correct


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