How to Install the Rear Wheel
Bonneville T100 Liquid
The how-to guide is proved for information purposes only. The guide assumes you have general mechanical knowledge and have the ability to remove and replace components on your motorcycle. If you have any questions or are not comfortable doing the work contact a professional mechanic. Keep all stock parts from your existing system as some components may be necessary to install your new British Customs Products depending on the application.
Read through the guide prior to beginning to remove any components. Always properly support the vehicle with a stand and/or lift when servicing or performing any work. Unstable vehicles my present dangerous conditions and may cause property damage and/or personal injury
Step By Step Guide - How to Install the Rear Wheel
1. Install the left wheel spacer into the hub.
Note: Lubricate the wheel bearings seals with a small amount of all-purpose grease before installing the spacers.
2. Install the right wheel spacer into the sprocket carrier.
Note: Make sure the spacer that goes between the hub and the sprocket carrier is in place.
3. Install the brake caliper mounting plate onto the swingarm
4. Install the wheel into the swing arm and install the chain on the sprocket.
6. Install the axle adjuster blocks onto the left and right-hand side of the swingarm and lift the wheel and install the axel from the left side.
Note: Make sure the spacers and brake caliper plate remain in the correct position.
7. Install the right side axle adjuster block and hand tighten the axle with factory (1) washer and (1) nut that was removed during removal of the rear wheel.
8. If Removed reinstall the rear brake caliper using a 12mm socket, and tighten to __Nm
Note: Make sure the brake pads are properly separated before installing.
9. Verify the brake cable and ABS wire cable routing and verify they are in clips are properly installed into the swingarm.
10. Lower the motorcycle to the ground and adjust the chain and then tighten to 110 Nm.
11. Press the rear brake pedal to ensure the rear brake is operating correctly.