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OZ Racing Piega forged Alum wheel Cush drive

Just posting up to see if anyone else has had any issues in the past with the Cush drives on these wheels. I bought a clean used set from someone and at the moment, with out a fair amount of effort so far, I cannot seem to get the Cush drive to come out of the wheel.
I'll post up some pics later.....please chime in if you have any experience with these wheels and the Cush drive hub.
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a friend of mine just got a brand new set and the spacer behind the cush drive is a VERY VERY tight fit on the inner race of the wheel bearing.

you'll have to find a way to secure the wheel and then grab the sprocket and wiggle it out. i suspect that it was a close fit prior to anodizing
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So....if and when i get them separated, its the spacer that is on the cush drive that is the problem, and maybe I could modify it to fit better...?
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I'm sure a bit of Emery cloth would make it fit much easier


yes it's the spacer that slides into the wheel bearing that is tight
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