To start, do you have a service manual?
It may be simpler, to take your wheel assembly, and thead on all the spacers with the axle, and make a measurement. If your final assembly is wider than the gap in the swingarm, you at least then know it's not right. Take some of the guesswork out of it.Yes but I can't find a break down what order the parts go in.
If you still need help, PM me and I will give you my number and we can chat, or your can give me a detailed description of the problem your having and we can get you sorted.I took my rear tire off. I thought I paid attention how it came off but now I can't figure out the order or technique to put it back on. If someone knows where I can't get the info to fix it I would appreciate the help.
I appreciate the ball busting comments so don't hold back. You are very correct I hurried through the description of my problem. I have tried to assemble my spacers and my wheel on my axle in many different ways but to no avail. :coocoo I know I really should have been far more diligent when I was taking it apart. Now I'm in the situation of warming weather and a bike that I'm unable to assemble without the knowledge of other so I appreciate the help. The partzilla is helpful but isn't completely clear. Part #42036 looks to be the part I'm most confused about but I'm not sure how it came out because my bearing isn't out on that side.It's early here and I haven't had my coffee, so I'm extremely compelled to bust your balls... But I won't:crazy.
Kawasaki Motorcycle Parts 2003 ZX636-B1 Ninja ZX-6R REAR WHEEL-CHAIN Diagram
FYI, a tire only has one part... The tire. The "wheel" has many parts.
Anyone else see that partzilla finally came around and rolled out a pretty legit mobile site? Thought it was a nice touch, finally.
I have tried that a few times but hasn't been helpful yet. It seems there is far more metal than there is space between the swingarms.It may be simpler, to take your wheel assembly, and thead on all the spacers with the axle, and make a measurement. If your final assembly is wider than the gap in the swingarm, you at least then know it's not right. Take some of the guesswork out of it.
Most of the spacers are made so they will only fit correctly in one place in the order of assembly, so the wheel is centered in the swingarm. The rear brake carrier is one of those spacers as well.
Once you start stacking hte parts, you'll have a better idea of the proper order when you go to do it with the wheel in the middle of the mix.
I really appreciate the offer I am going to work on it later today if I don't figure it out I will take you up on that.If you still need help, PM me and I will give you my number and we can chat,g or your can give me a detailed description of the problem your having and we can get you sorted.