Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 to 1983 Cast Rear Wheel Figure

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Any time some 1979 to 1983 Ironhead Sportster rider needs to work on a cast rear wheel knowing how it is put together helps out. Here is a 1979 to 1983 Ironhead Sportster cast rear wheel figure with all the parts numbeed and pointed out. That is how repair instructions usually call on them.

Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 To 1983 Cast Rear Wheel Figure Upper Right

The Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 to 1983 rear wheel figure upper right hand corner contains a numbered list of the parts used in this cast rear wheel. The top part is number one. Why shouldn’t part lists start with the highest number and count down to zero?

Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 To 1983 Cast Rear Wheel Figure Part List

Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 to 1983 Cast Rear Wheel Figure

This is the Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 to 1983 cast rear wheel part list: The top one is 1. Retaining ring (2), next is (2), next is 2. Washer (2), next is 3. Oil seal (2), next is 4. Spacer (short), next is 5. Spacer (long), next is 6. Bearing cone (2), next is 7. Bearing cup (2), next is 8. Spacer, next is 9. Wheel, next is 10. Screw (5), next is 11. Brake disc, next is 12. Bolt (5), next is 13. Washer (5), net is 14. Sprocket, next is 15. Axle, next is 16. Washer, next is 17. Lock washer, next is 18. Nut. When the part name, like Oil seal, is followed by a number that means there are that many of those parts used. Why are mechanics required to also be mathematical?

Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 To 1983 Cast Rear Wheel Figure Center

The Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 to 1983 cast rear wheel figure center holds a broken down image of the cast rear wheel right hand side. It allows one to see all the parts that go into the cast wheel hub as they should. Why must a cast wheel hub stay in place no matter what needs to be done to it?

Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 To 1983 Cast Rear Wheel Figure Center Image

The Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 to 1983 cast rear wheel figure center image is broken down from left to right this way; The 1979 to 1983 cast rear wheel sits toward the upper left hand side. The number 9 sits above it and is connected to it with one line. The cast rear wheel parts are lay-edout from it heading to the lower right hand corner. The first part closest to the cast wheel is 8, a spacer, next is 7, a bearing cup, next is 6, a bearing cone, next is 5, a spacer (long), next is 3, an oil seal, next is 2, a washer, next is 1, a retaining ring, next is 14, a sprocket, next is 13, one of the five washers used to bolt the sprocket on with, next is 12, one of the five bolts used with the five washers to hold the chain sprocket on, next is 15, the axle. Why does the rear axle have to be slid into the cast rear wheel from the same side the chain is on?

Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 To 1983 Cast Rear Wheel Figure Lower Left Corner

The Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 to 1983 cast rear wheel figure lower left corner holds the rear brake disc and every part that goes into the left hand side of the 1979 to 1983 cast rear wheel. It is connected by one line with the left hand side of the cast wheel above it. Why can’t figures be swapped around as easily as rear wheels can?

Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 To 1983 Cast Rear Wheel Figure Lower Left Corner Image

Starting on the left hand side the Harley Davidson Ironhead 1979 to 1983 cast rear wheel figure lower left corner image contains the following parts. The first part is 18, an axle nut, next is 17, a lock washer, next is 16, a washer, next is 10, one of the 5 screws that hold the brake disc on to the cast rear wheel, next is 1, a retaining ring, next is 2, washer, next is 3, oil seal, next is 4, spacer (short), next is 6, bearing cone, next is 7, bearing cup, then a line runs to the left hand side of the 1979 to 1983 cast rear wheel. Why aren’t both sides of this Ironhead rear wheel exactly alike each other?

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