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Rear wheel removal Series 2

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Re: Rear wheel removal Series 2

Postby a-teamlambretta » Mon Feb 02, 2015 9:08 pm

here is a pic of my mod, I just made a new hook and welded a bit of bar on and drilled and bolted on

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you could trim the corner off your mud guard aswell

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Re: Rear wheel removal Series 2

Postby 2ndtimearound » Mon Feb 02, 2015 9:41 pm

At last, excellent pics & a similar idea to what I was thinking. Thanks for taking the trouble to sort out the pics, nice one a-team.
I assume it does make enough difference to make it a useful mod?! :)
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Re: Rear wheel removal Series 2

Postby a-teamlambretta » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:01 pm

2ndtimearound wrote:At last, excellent pics & a similar idea to what I was thinking. Thanks for taking the trouble to sort out the pics, nice one a-team.
I assume it does make enough difference to make it a useful mod?! :)



hope so :lol:
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Re: Rear wheel removal Series 2

Postby Gary Harwood » Wed Feb 04, 2015 10:11 am

That top picture looks identical to the mod I made. And yes, as I posted earlier, with the bracket unbolted the wheel with a fully inflated tyre comes off and goes on very easily.
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Re: Rear wheel removal Series 2

Postby LateAgain » Sat Feb 07, 2015 3:51 pm

You can see the rear view of mine in this pic. Bracket cut in half, a strip of metal drilled in two places sits in the channel. Bingo. Ignore the plate brackets!
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You can kinda see it here...
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Re: Rear wheel removal Series 2

Postby Granty » Thu Nov 26, 2015 5:14 pm

Bracket Method used -- spent hours trying to get the rear wheel on but thought hold on, what if I'm at the side of the road, what am I going to do ------------- nothing more for it -- get the dremmell. Job done -- should have done it hours ago - G
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Re: Rear wheel removal Series 2

Postby HxPaul » Tue Dec 01, 2015 11:56 am

a-teamlambretta wrote:here is a pic of my mod, I just made a new hook and welded a bit of bar on and drilled and bolted on

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how to do a screen shot

you could trim the corner off your mud guard aswell

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I have decided to bite the bullet,today I have cut about 1/2" from the inside panel clip on this side.The wheel comes off and goes back on without a problem and you dont have to remove any air.The panel still fastens as normal.
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