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Old 07-10-2013, 09:01 PM
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machine shop/lathe/pillar drill

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i need to get the centre of my deuce wheel bored out to accommodate the larger axle of the 2010 dyna. does anyone know of a place in the london/surrey area that would do this??

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Old 08-10-2013, 12:56 PM
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Re: machine shop/lathe/pillar drill

Hi Tim, are you sure you need to get your wheel bored out?
I'm not exactly sure of the differences between your Duece spindle dimensions and the Dyna but surely all you will need is a new set of bearings with the larger bore to suit !!
i.e. same outside diameter and larger bore diameter
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Old 08-10-2013, 01:37 PM
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Re: machine shop/lathe/pillar drill

when i changed wheels on richs 2000 rk for 2008 wheels all we needed to do was take wheel and axle to a bearing factor and they sorted out a new set
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Old 08-10-2013, 03:32 PM
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Re: machine shop/lathe/pillar drill

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Hi Tim, are you sure you need to get your wheel bored out?
yes. it is the centre of the hub that needs boring out, not the parts where the bearings fit. they are the same external size as the new bearings.

the alloy wheel from the deuce has a 3/4" spindle.
the dyna has a 25mm one.
the bearings are just a swap over, and i have them.
however, the hole in the centre of the wheel is only just bigger than 3/4".

ive taken it to beakeys for him to do the required job on the lathe.
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