[Healeys] Shims in front hub

Michael Salter michael.salter at gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 18:08:16 MDT 2018

Hi Tom, it's fairly simple.
You keep removing shims until the bearings tighten up when you snug up the
nut; then add shims about 0.002" at a time, until you reach a point where
the hub turns freely.

On Fri, Aug 24, 2018 at 7:09 PM Tom Felts <tomfelts at windstream.net> wrote:

> What's the procedure for determining how (size) shims to put in against
> the spacer?  Are they for end float?  If so, what is the procedure for
> measuring end float?
> tIA
> tom
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