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Front wheel bushings. for 738.

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I'am replacing the front wheel bushings in my 738. The owners manual says one bushing on the outside of the wheel, and a coller, and on the inside of the wheel it shows just a washer. Ther must be a bushing on the inside AND the outside. An I right ?? The book Must be wrong -- right ???? any input ? Lou.

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ka9bxg
On my wonderboy 700 the bushings were worn out so I put them in a lathe and bored them out put oillite bushings in it and pressed it back in hope it will last longer than orinigal after they were only 40 years old.Bob

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I believe the illustration you are looking at shows only the locking collar on the outside. If you look at the other wheel in the picture it shows the bushings,inner & outer. we stock them for $2.35 each. Both now use same part #. S>L>I

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beamer
Thanks everyone, I thought it was a foolish question but I wanted to be sure. My manual shows a picture of one bushing on the r/ front and one on the l/ front, 4 washers 2 colers, 2 set screws so that left me a little confused espechaly when my deler could not tell me. I was wondering how it was going to ride with only one bushing,,, lol. Lou.[A href='8']8[/a]

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