Converting GQ bearing setup to GU system front axle

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Converting GQ bearing setup to GU system front axle

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Morning, has anybody done this?, the GQ has a useless bearing stopper/washer in place to keep bearing from moving sideways where the GU has a lockable system

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Ja ou baie manne het jy gooi net gu spares op piet weet wat alles moet gebeur

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Re: Converting GQ bearing setup to GU system front axle

Post by Peter Connan »

Actually, I have never done it, but apparently Frans does it quite regularly.

I believe all you need are the two nuts and the little screws that lock them together.

I make improved tab washers instead, so that the standard nuts work better.
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