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I took the back wheel off for the first time in my life but it was previously done by my local Honda dealer. Shouldn't there be a collar here? There's one on the drive side.


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Yes... I just had mine off the other day. I would definitely go back to your dealer and get it before doing anything else.


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You are looking for No4 here

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There's a spacer on each side.
If you're missing one, it seems your rear wheel - sprockets and chain, would be totally out of alignment. Any side-wear on the chain and sprockets? I just don't see how the bike would roll right without the spacer...

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Don't forget the spacer between the sprocket carrier and the wheel....very important part!


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I have the collar that goes on the inside to stop the wheel from moving, part number 4 as its called. I wondered if there was another that went over the top but there isn't. Phew.


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This is part number 4 sticking up. I wondered if there was another piece that would go between here and the brake caliper.


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Just noticed op posted that worn,out q2 at 1200 could your missing peice be the issue?

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Something doesn't look right. How is the inner race of the bearing flush with the dust seal? Hard to tell but it appears there is no dust seal. I'm guessing whoever installed the bearings didn't fully seat that one. Even if you had #4 you couldn't use it without first fully seating the bearing

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