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Re: Rear wheel popping

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12-02-2012 11:30:56

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if the clamps are worn or not enough adjustment, you can add a piece of shim stock in the VEE between the clamp and the rim.. about an inch above your finger in the photo. Two of the locks are stationary (your finger is one one of them). The other two turn on a cam as mentioned. Loosen those two and shove a .030 shim between the rim and the clamp and retighten. Might need two shims.

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Bobby 9891

12-02-2012 13:36:01

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 Re: Rear wheel popping in reply to steve(ill), 12-02-2012 11:30:56  
Thanks - I had 1 bolt on each wheel somewhat loose. I snuged them down best as I could - still some slack between the wheel & hub. I guess I should try shimming them - I really don't like that little bit of movement !!

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12-02-2012 16:09:04

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 Re: Rear wheel popping in reply to Bobby 9891, 12-02-2012 13:36:01  
Are you sure you have the 2 non-cam wedges.bolts side by side and the cammed ones side by side and tight??. If you have the 2 sets in the wrong places you will never get them to stay tight and one day the rim will fall off. By the way guess how I learned that one

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Bobby 9891

12-02-2012 16:36:27

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 Re: Rear wheel popping in reply to old, 12-02-2012 16:09:04  
Yes the cam lock wedges are across from each other & one wheel has 3 cam locks - looks like they welded some extra stops on the wheel to fit that wedge on ! Iwas told the wheel could fall off & believe me I don't want to experience that like some people do !!! Should I use a impact to tighten or hand only ? I was afraid to use the impact for fear of breaking the bolts off !

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12-02-2012 16:49:18

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 Re: Rear wheel popping in reply to Bobby 9891, 12-02-2012 16:36:27  
The cam locks should be side by side not across from each other. If you have the wheel this way the cam locks should be #1 at 12 o'clock and the next one at the 3 then the non-cam ones at 6 and 9 NEVER top and bottom or 3 and 9

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Bobby 9891

12-02-2012 17:02:45

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 Re: Rear wheel popping in reply to old, 12-02-2012 16:49:18  
The cam locks are across from each other 3 & 9 And the other wheel only has one cam lock ! I guess thats why I cant keep them tight. Thanks OLD I'll change them up !! Will the bolts stand up to a impact or hand tighten only ??

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12-02-2012 18:13:26

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 Re: Rear wheel popping in reply to Bobby 9891, 12-02-2012 17:02:45  
I use my impact gun on them due to the fact they do over time rust up and are next to impossible to free up

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