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Added on:  27 Feb 2006
Author/Source:  Wayne Woodruff
Author's email/website:  http://www.ajsmoc.com
Posted by:  Eamonn
Comments:   19 Comment(s)

By mdobs
03 Mar 2006
An excellently written article with equally good photos.
By TommoT
03 May 2006

By GDPR removal 84304
12 Jun 2006
Bloody Bewdy Mate!
By GDPR removal 87389
19 Jun 2006
Very well compliled, most useful to a novice.
By shufty
23 Jul 2007
Wow thanks. I had to guess where everything went, seeing these images, I realised I guessed incorrectly!
By MikeG
19 Aug 2007
A first class article which has helped me finally sort out the rear hub on my 1959 G3. The pictures were worth a thousand words. Cheers Wayne
By g3rider
15 Jan 2008
Absolutely superb, I have read two versions of how to do this - they might as well have been written in Swahili, nice one Wayne
By GDPR removal 84104
20 Feb 2008
Having not made a note of how it came apart,this article was invaluable,especially getting the oilseal the correct way round.Crawford
By JBP650
14 Jan 2011
I can only echo previous comments. One of the best articles to appear in these hallowed pages.
VERY helpful.
By nottsSteve
28 Jun 2011
Great article , very helpful. But i need to order some of the part s shown and I think the part numbers for the brake drum have been mixed up with the numbers of the hub parts ie the seals etc. or is it me?
By Yaniv
25 Dec 2011
very very good, thank you.
By PHILIP HESKETH
03 Oct 2013
Just rebuilding basket case rear wheel. Article so helpful and well put together. Many thanks. Phil
By VintageKeith
24 Feb 2015
Excellent article. As has been said before, the photos make all the difference for members not yet familiar with AMC quirks.
By Grandfathertyke
11 Apr 2015
Excellent stuff. Good, clear photos and easy-to-follow words. Enormously helpful in sorting out my G3.
By Johnobirches
17 Sep 2015
Thankyou.
By hdsport56
17 Oct 2017
Excellent article, on my wheel the spacer washer is badly worn so I'm hoping it's part number 021585.. ( 4th from the left in the first photo ). All a voyage of discovery when you've been used to Jap bikes.. The other forum articles are also useful but I'm never quite sure which bike they're referring to so these photo's are great.
By whitebrian
26 Oct 2017
Very useful article and images, on a topic that is concerning for the first time hub re-builder and first test ride!
By middleagedspice
31 Aug 2018
Many thanks for this article. After spending many a wasted hour tinkering with this to find I had a washer in the wrong place. Worth the membership fee alone!
By harold2110
09 Jun 2020


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