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Old 10th March 2009, 18:32   #16
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Originally Posted by siddartha View Post
the mounting bolts of the hubs cannot be accessed with out removing the plate on the alloy wheel , the bolts which hold the cover have been removed or fallen off.
Yes you are right the mounting bolts cannot be accessed without removing the plate, but it can come off by itself if its not tightened well. when you remove the cover, just look at the pattern of hub crossection how it looks and compare it with the pic what krishna has posted (pic2). Do they look same? and also compare the hole size where the cover bolt fits in, with the holes in pic2.
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