I did that and the sprocket did wobble. The sprocket wasnt mounted perfectly in the center of the hub so one side was higher than the other. I took the wheel off and loosened the bolts. now i just have to tighten them and make sure it stays flush in the middle. thanks for your help.Those are really nice close ups
Place or wrap a wire pointer around the bikes frame. Next to the sprocket.
Spin the tire.
Does the sprocket wobble when compared to the pointer
Tighten the high spots.
Loosen the low spots a little bit.
You need sprocket, rag washer, spokes, rag washer, and finally backing plate.
This can take an hour. If you are not careful.
Super glue the finished work.
yea i have the rubber doughnuts in the right spot, but the sprocket wasnt centered on the wheel hub, so that caused it to wobble.Wait, why is there a metal plate and rubber doughnut on the outside of the sprocket? One rubber goes on the inside of the spokes, one on the outside- both on the spoke side of the sprocket.
Spad mentioned that, but it will cause problems if you do not do it this way. Here is a pic from Dax' website.