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Figure 2C-2. Removing Rear Wheel

Detachment of wheel from brake drum is necessary only when whegl or brake drum is to be replaced or wheel inJUnrhanged. To detach wheel from brake drum, reteove the five wheel mounting socket screws that secure wheel to brake drum.

To replace wheel, reverse removal procedure. Tighten wheel mounting socket screws securely to i *£• Vs. i

Raise wheel by blocking up under sidecar chassis. Loosen nut that secures fender front bracket to sidecar step lug. Loosen the fender inner brace clip bracket nut. Remove outside axle nut, lock washer and outer brace. Hinge fender forward, taking care to provide slack for taillamp wiring „^Remove extension nut, axle nut and washer. Polrabheel from axle with brake drum attached. ^^

avoid possibility of wheel working loose and damaging hub flange.

SERVICING 1966 AND EARLIER ROLLER BEARING WHEEL HUBS (Fig. 2C-3)

All spoked wheel hubs are identical. However, keep parts for all wheels separated. Bearing assemblies (20, 21 and 11, 12) and thrust bearing adjusting shims (7) have been fitted at the factory, and subsequent hub repairs may have included installing oversize bearings. A transposition of parts will result in oversize or undersize fit. »

DISASSEMBLING ROLLER BEARING WHEEL HUB (Fig. 2C-3)

Remove five thrust bearing cover screws (1) and lock washers (2). Lift off thrust bearing outer cover (3), cork grease retainer (4), thrust bearing, housing (5), gasket (6), a number of adjusting shims (7) which varies with the hub, thrust washer (8), thrust bearing sleeve (9) and another thrust washer (10).

Remove bearing rollers (11) and retainer (12), and roller retainer thrust washer (13).

Turn hub over and remove spring lock ring (14), retaining washer (15), hub inner sleeve (16), cork grease retainer (17), spring lock ring (18) and roller bearing washer (19).

Large diameter retainer (21) and bearing rollers (20) are then free to be removed from hub shell (22).

INSPECTION AND REPAIR (Fig. 2C-3)

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