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KT250 Axle Spacers

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Like about every other project I've done, somewhere between the process and reassembly, I've forgotten how the spacers go on the rear wheel.

This diagram has me a bit confused. I reassembled in this order: Right side - axle , washer, cam adjuster, swingarm, spacer, backing plate

                                                                                                      Left side - hub/sprocket, spacer, swingarm, cam adjuster, washer, axle nut

 

From this diagram, it appears both spacers go on left side with a washer in between.

Can someone help me out? Thanks very much.

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One No 2 is on the right between the swingarm and the brake plate.

The other No 2 is on the left between the swingarm and the LH wheel bearing.

The axle washer goes between the axle nut and the snail cam/axle puller.

Yes the drawing is terrible and doesn't even show the snail cams

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Thanks!! , that's how I had it loosely assembled, but wasn't sure.

I'll get some pics up as soon as I install the new seat cover and fenders.

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Yes you have it correct

I can see the confusion in the drawing. The drawing is actually three separate drawings, hence the border around top and bottom drawings Usually if they are connected there is a segmented line from one group of parts leading to where they connect to other parts.

 

 

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