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Better Aprilia Rear Wheel Diagram?

04 RSVR Mille

Can anyone find a better diagram than this? This thing is confusing the shit out of me right now.


http://www.oemmotorparts.com/oem5.as...&L2=AP_RSV1_DM

I've got a fat washer and a skinny one. Which one goes where? Fat one and skinny one.

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The only thing that makes sense to me is the fat washer goes between the left rear wheel spacer and swingarm. The skinny one goes between the left axle nut and adjuster block. Come on fuckers HELP ME! LOL!

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Ok, what did you take off?

Is it a belleville washer, thick, with a very slight angle. Looks like a shallow cone?

On the triumph SSA, the thin washer goes against the wheel, then the belleville, then the axle nut.
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I changed the swingarm. First time putting the rear wheel back on. I have 2 wheel spacers which are identical so there is not question there. I have 2 washers. A thick one and a thin one that I'm questioning their location. I think I have it right because the rear sprocket lines up perfectly with the front. The thick washer is between the left wheel spacer and the swingarm inside the swingarm.. The thin one is between the rear axle nut and swing on the outside. That diagram is stupid.

THis is the question. 2 washers. One thick one thin, which one goes where?

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Come on guys, I'm questioning your internet motorcycle troubleshooting skills here.

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Just a reminder of the importance of spacers




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No shit Keith you dick. LOL!

I was just hoping someone could help me find a better diagram than the link I have in the first post. It sucks. better diagram and I'm happy.

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have you gone back and looked at the swingarm diagram. #19 appears to be a thin washer. are you sure its from the wheel?
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this seems to be a better pic yes\no

http://www.af1racing.com/store/scrip...idCategory=412

Scroll down to the bottom they give you dimensions


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This is a better diagram but I'm still questioning what washer goes where..

http://www.af1racing.com/store/Scrip...idCategory=412

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have you gone back and looked at the swingarm diagram. #19 appears to be a thin washer. are you sure its from the wheel?
Chris, get your ass over here and help me out. I have beer.

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look at the nut on the swingarm pivot. it looks like that #19 goes under the pivot nut. http://www.af1racing.com/store/Scrip...idCategory=383

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#19 are bearings not spacers just say'in

oops wrong drawing

Are you doing the wheel or the swingarm

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#19 are bearings not spacers just say'in
in the wheel pic they are. in the swingarm pic, not so much.
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nick, its the same pic but clearer and with sized listed on the parts tree:
http://www.apriliagenuineparts.co.uk...rsion-1723.php

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We confirmed this evening that the thin washer is for the axle nut because it measures 1mm thick like the drawing says. The thicker washer seems to be an add on to the spacer between the cushdrive / sprocket assemble and the swingarm. There was a recall back in 04 on the bike to have the swingarm replaced due to the casting cracking. I'm wondering if the washer was part of the fix. Hmmm.

With the fat washer where I have it the rear wheel fits like it should and the front and rear sprockets line up. Without the fat washer the wheel doesn't fit on right. It just seems fucked up you have to fish the washer in between the spacer and the swingarm. It would be a big pain in the ass during an endurance race or quick tire change.










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Here is where I put the fat washer. The skinny one is on the axle nut.




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That does not look right, Nick. There shouldn't be another washer beside the aluminum wheel spacers. That thick washer, does it have a grey/green coating on it? I dont think it is for the wheel. I'm thinking it goes to a suzuki or like Downforce said, the swingare pivot nut.

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Trust me, I agree with you. The washer came off the rear axle though. When I took it apart it all went back on the axle and that's where it all sat while I swapped swingarms.

I'm thinking the wheels aren't from an 04 to 08 Mille. I think they are from a pre 04 bike. The wheel is on there right. The sprockets line up perfectly and trust me I know it's strange thats why I'm questing it.

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Here is the answer. The early rear hub is about 2-3 mm narrower than the 04 and newer RSV wheel. It's from an early model bike.... Hence the reason why the extra spacer / washer is there.

http://www.apriliaforum.com/forums/s...4&postcount=16

That drove me nuts looking for that washer that was not on the diagram. LOL!!!

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Time to fire up the lathe and make some new spacers.

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Hmmm.
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Hmmm.
Seems I always find my way into these things.LOL
It's your fault, you started this whole mess. Now look at me, I'm a fucking motorcycle addict! What am I supposed to do now?

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