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While doing other work on my bike the rear wheel had to be pulled. So I want to lubricate the splines. I can't get the splines to slide out of the hub. At first the spline assembly would not move at all, now it will move out about 3/16" and stop. I have given each pin/ bushing a bit of sprayed in lubricant and am letting it sit. Any other suggestions? I want to put Moly 60 on the splines and the pins.
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stupid question but, you removed all the nuts right? It should pull right out.We're talking the splines in the wheel itself ,the final drive flange?
I just got it out. It is the one that sits inside the rear hub. I think the bike sat so long that the grease inside on some of the surfaces had dried out. Anyway, the pins and the spline come out as a unit and that is exactly what I got it to do - after a lot of annoying work. Now it is greased with Moly 60 and reassembled, ready to go back on the rear drive. Thanks.
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1982 GL1100 STD
1976 GL1000 "800lb Canary"
A brass cleaning brush for a .38 cal. pistol chucked up in a drill is handy for cleaning out those holes.
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