Front wheel spacer clarification
I just got around to swapping out the dented wheels on my 2011 V. Been waiting to do this, and followed some great tips from Gofaster (thanks so much!).
I purchased some Er6N wheels with good bearings - and went about swapping over the old rotors to the new wheels. I laid the wheels on the bench with the tire arrows facing the same direction (writing on hub is on the left), and installed the rotors onto the front wheel. Put the spacers in, and started to mount it up.
Although he warned about keeping track of the spacers (and I think that I did) - I am worried I have the two spacers swapped. Need some clarification.
Right now, the left spacer (sitting on bike) sticks out 2.5mm from the edge of hub and the right is 3mm. When seated with the axle, it looks correct based on space from the caliper mounts. But the front fender looks slightly askew - which started to freak me out.
Can anyone confirm whether:
A) the spacers should be out of wheel at different amounts, and B) if so which side the larger amount should be on?
**'2011 Versys, '75 Honda CL360 cafe project, '76 CB 550, '09 Husky TE610**
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