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Installation:

 

  1. Remove right snap ring, right wheel hub and key from the axle shaft.
  2. Remove brake hub, brake hub key and spacer from axle shaft.
  3. Remove any plastic retainers (used for shipping purposes) from axle shaft.
  4. Thoroughly clean, then lightly grease the inside bore of the carrier.
  5. We prefer you dust seals in your carrier, make sure they are 52mm I.D. seals and lightly grease the inside lips.
  6. Apply a small bead of silicone-based sealant to each face of the sprocket hub spacer.
  7. Slide axle in through left side of carrier until sprocket hub spacer is up against the bearing.
  8. Install brake rotor on brake hub. Leave the brake rotor fasteners loose for now.
  9. Apply a small bead of silicone-based sealant to each face of the brake hub spacer.
  10. Install brake hub spacer, brake hub key and brake hub.
  11. Make sure brake hub spacer is up against the carrier bearing while tightening pinch bolts of brake hub
  12. Install wheel hub key, wheel hub and snap ring.
  13. Torque all (9) pinch bolts in the (4) hubs to 27 foot pounds*
  14. Tighten brake rotor fasteners.
  15. Install sprocket on sprocket hub. (if your sprocket locates on the carrier side of the sprocket hub, carefully "weave" the sprocket over the spokes of the sprocket hub to work it to the other side of the sprocket hub)

 

Maintenance:

 

  • Very little... just keep the pinch bolts torqued to 27 foot pounds* at all times.

            * When torquing the Wheel Hub pinch bolts, the wheels must not be on the hubs. 

            * When torquing the Sprocket Hub pinch bolts, the sprocket fasteners must all be loose. 

            * When torquing the Brake Hub pinch bolts, the brake rotor fasteners must all be loose. 

 

Removal:

 

  1. Remove right snap ring, right wheel hub and key from axle shaft.
  2. Loosen brake rotor fasteners.
  3. Remove brake hub, brake hub key and spacer from axle shaft. (you may have to spread the brake hub slot open with a blade screwdriver)  
  4. Sand any high spots from the axle shaft that may cause shaft to hang up when pulling shaft through the carrier.
  5. Thoroughly clean axle shaft and lightly grease.
  6. Shaft can now be easily pulled out from the left side of the carrier.