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Can't really tell from the exploded diagrams, but on the front conical hubs, there is an INTERNAL snap ring on the brake-side that the dust-cover and bearing ride on, keeping it from pushing too far into the hub. A threaded retaining ring on the outside keeps the bearing from pushing out of the hub. The threaded side of the axel slides in from the opposite side, and a nut secures the brake plate.

On the opposite side, there is an EXTERNAL snap ring, that keeps the bearing and dust covers from pushing out of the hub, but it looks like there is no spacer, or shoulder to keep the bearing from pushing too far into the hub… Am I missing something, or is this correct?

Thanks for any help!
-BK
 

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There's a small step in the axle that will keep the bearing from sliding further than its supposed to.
Of course there's a small step on the axle! Sorry... totally flaked. That's what happens when I build stuff in my head, at the office using blurry pics I took the night before.

Thanks for clearing that up!
-BK
 
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