GL 1000 1976 Wheels hub off set ?


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yoozek
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GL 1000 1976 Wheels hub off set ?

Post by yoozek » Fri Feb 21, 2020 9:53 am



Hey Guys I'm hoping someone can help me.At first, English is not my first language so I gonna use Ponglish with hope you can get it.
The last year I start cafe racer project from GL K1.The front forks was taken from Honda CBR 1000 sc24 1989 incl. brake calipers ,spindle,and brake rotors.I gonna use genuine hub but with 18" - 2.15 " valanced rim.The problem is I have no idea whats hubs off set to the rims ,because they are asymetric ! My fault - I dont notice that before take wheels apart.
Any one can help please?



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Re: GL 1000 1976 Wheels hub off set ?

Post by rudolphwolven » Fri Feb 21, 2020 8:04 pm

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Hi yoozek,

I have searched very long in my database because I knew that before the restauration incl. SS re-spoking of my 1975 GL1000 K1 from 2014-2015 I made a sketch of the situation between rims and hubs of both std. GL1000 wheels.
I made the handsketch with utmost attention and precision......that's the way I like it.
Hopefully you can use it........

Serdeczne pozdrowienia i powodzenia
Ruud-Holland



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yoozek
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Location: barrow of furness uk.
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Former 1987 Aspencade,1998 Yamaha dragstar,1983 Yamaha XV750 SE,1962 Junak 350cc.

Re: GL 1000 1976 Wheels hub off set ?

Post by yoozek » Sat Feb 22, 2020 7:23 am

Hi Rudolph ,thank you so much for the brilliant drowing,I been tryed to find it on internet but not succesfull.So now Im back on track.
Thanks again.
Met vriendelijke groeten :D
Jozek

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