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Old 07-17-2019, 06:48 AM   #1
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Default Triumph rear hub bolt on – CEI or UNF threads?

Hoping someone could shed some light on the internals for this hub.

https://ibb.co/Bcy8Lf5
https://ibb.co/RTT94sG

I’m going to lace it into a 16” Harley rim but need to order internals for it as it only has the bearings and sleeve. I gather it’s a unit bolt up hub and it needs 3/4” x 20tpi hardware but have noticed online that there’s CEI and UNF thread types for the axle and nuts based on years.

Could anyone please tell me what year this hub is and what part numbers I should be looking at to order hardware with all the same thread type. The parts manuals aren’t super clear.

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Default Re: Triumph rear hub bolt on – CEI or UNF threads?

I might be misunderstanding this....If you're using bolts and nuts...if he bolt fits into the holes properly, the thread type isn't important..
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Default Re: Triumph rear hub bolt on – CEI or UNF threads?

Thanks guys, appreciate the help.

Issue was getting an online supplier to send through all the same threads, and to do this I needed to know the hub type and set of corresponding part numbers.

My luck, ordered all correct part numbers but got sent an axle with a mismatched thread. Just wanted to circumvent that whole back and forth process, but I guess it’s unavoidable.
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