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i was under the impression the back plates were a straight forward swap, i guess i need to enlarge the 105E hole to the pop size ?

 

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I've a set here already done Scottie , new cylinders and shoes as well . Are they for Al ? You need to make a spacer and change the inner bearing to make the hubs fit , plus the threaded end of the kingpin will be too long to get the grease cap on.
 

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yeah there for Al, will let him know what you've got, didnt know about the spacer either, where is that for?
 

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Spacer is to move the hub slightly away from the back plate and to create a face for the oil seal to run on ie fit inside . I've got the part number for the bearing here somewhere as well ( thaks Sqweaka!) . If Al wants them then just want carriage covered and they're his ( yes, I DO have a box at the ready !! LOL )
 
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