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Yamaha Virago problems I have a 1996 xv 750 virago. I recently removed the rear wheel & noticed that the wheel bearing is very loose, I don't know if this is due to the wrong bearing or wear in the wheel or bearing

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Best would be to take the readings with a vierner caliper of the hub where the bearing fits and than take an outer reading of the bearing itself see the difference and this will tell you if the bearing is of the wrong specs or the hub is worn out.
Usually the bearing should go in a little tight to the hub.
Hope this helps.

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