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My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by george_roland at Tuesday 14:57

The wheels have been previously dismantled and are now ready for re-assembly, what would be the

off-set of the hubs ?

kind regards

George Roland.

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by roger_deadman at Tuesday 17:44

Hi George

What year is your ES2 is it rigid ,plunger swing arm or featherbed frame

Regards Roger

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by george_roland at Wednesday 09:11

Previously roger_deadman wrote:

Hi George

What year is your ES2 is it rigid ,plunger swing arm or featherbed frame

Regards Roger

Hello Roger,

It's a 1952 plunger

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by roger_deadman at Thursday 16:21

Hi George will measure the offset tomrrow and let you know

Regards Roger

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by Dan Field at Thursday 21:36

I think the RGM website also has the offsets?  https://www.rgmnorton.co.uk/csi/1245184/f/pdf/wheel_offsets.pdf

dan

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by ian_soady at Friday 10:58

Doesn't include plunger as far as I can see......

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by Dan Field at Friday 20:56

I presumed they were the half width hubs, but I’m no expert!!

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by ian_soady at Saturday 12:26

No, they're symmetrical "cotton reel" type but different dimensions to the rigid ones.

I've just popped down to the garage and measured mine and on the speedo side the offset is 1.977" (probably a round 2") from the speedo driving boss to the edge of the wheel rim.

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by george_roland at Sunday 09:49

Previously ian_soady wrote:

No, they're symmetrical "cotton reel" type but different dimensions to the rigid ones.

I've just popped down to the garage and measured mine and on the speedo side the offset is 1.977" (probably a round 2") from the speedo driving boss to the edge of the wheel rim.

Thank you very much for that , is the off-set only on the front wheel ?

Rg George Roland.

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by ian_soady at Sunday 10:40

That's the back wheel as it's quite different to the front. I think the pdf from RGM has the single sided front wheel in it.

Re: My ES2 wheel rebuild

Posted by philip_hannam at Monday 08:26

I have just completed a Plunger front wheel rebuild. I purchased the rim and spokes from a reputable company as the drum is a half-width job that needs two separate spoke lengths. Because the spokes were exactly correct, the task was very straight forward and I ended up with an almost concentric rim that sat centrally between the forks.

As far as I know, except for a few specially built racers, all of the frames using Roadholder forks had a centrally positioned front wheel with no off-set.

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