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Agreed. Put them back as they were. if you can't remember then perhaps you shouldn't have worked on your own bike. Given the bike has floating calipers that will handle a degree of lateral movement, if they are now jamming it must be obvious which way the spacers should have gone in.



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p.s. I should have added, if they are jamming then the wheel has been moved out of line and you'll now have a 929 with dud wheel alignment. So you gotta put the wheel back where it oughta be by changing the spacers - don't do something silly like trying to move the calipers to fit the new wheel position. Otherwise if you can't figure it out, MO's advice stands - get your dealer to fix it.



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