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I mounted up my rear wheel after a tire change last night and after installing the spacers and brake hanger, sliding the axle through, and mounting the shocks up, there is a gap between the machined lip on the wheel and the final drive dust cover. See picture. This certainly doesn't look normal, but I have read someone on here saying that their bike had the same gap. Can anyone advise if something is installed incorrectly? (and yes, I lubed the splines and hub fingers with moly paste)
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Mine is the same way and thought the same. Had others advise it's the way it should be, it's not caused any problems. Check to make sure all is free and nothing is loose.
 

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Mine is the same way and thought the same. Had others advise it's the way it should be, it's not caused any problems. Check to make sure all is free and nothing is loose.
Thanks for the feedback. Wheel spins nicely and everything mounted up without needing to force it, so I'll assume it's good to go.
 
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