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Airone Front Wheel Bearings

Discussion in 'MonoCylindrico' started by Robbie Bull, Dec 2, 2019.

  1. Robbie Bull

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    Hello, can someone please advise on front wheel spindle removal on my 1950 Airone. I have dismantled left side to expose bearing, and expected spindle to draw through from RH side. but it’s solid. The RH bearing nut has only 2 flats to grip, is very tight and not easily accessible due to speedo drive gear. Any advice would be much appreciated..
     

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