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Question wheel (ducati SSSA) question - May 27, 2010, 09:08 AM

i have a ducati 996/916 SSSA on my f4i. i put it up on the stand last nite and noticed that the rear wheel was a little loose. its a Dymag. anyway...... if your not familiar with the way it works on the back side of the wheel where it sits on the hub there are a series of holes, the dymag has 12, then on the hub around the axle are 4 'bullets' that keep the wheel where it should be, then a large nut that sits on the wheel.
anyway... here lies my problem, when you dont have the nut tighten enough these bullets wear out the holes. looks like the guy that had it before me musta rode around with it loose as hell, 8 of the 12 holes are pretty banged out. anyway the repair those? i put it on using the last 4 today. id rather repair than replace since its a pricey wheel and its powdercoated to match my bike.....
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May 27, 2010, 01:56 PM

I'm sure a machine shop could drill out the wheel and then put bushings in.


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