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Old 11-13-2012, 02:37 PM   #1
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any advice on how to remove/refit the large roller bearings from the hub ? i have managed to remove the right hand side bearing (the one that falls to pieces) but am not sure howto go about removing/refitting the roller bearings.
the rubber seals look like they could easily be damaged when refitting.
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:05 PM   #2
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removed seals
remove snap rings...these are kind of a pain to remove
press out bearing
I used a socket or sized washer to press it out.

I would replace the seals, the snap clips can be reused. The larger of the two clips can be purchased from ducati (998rs hub)..the other clip you would have to source if it broke.

If you are not replacing the race and bearings there really is no need to remove and refit just to clean and grease.

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Old 11-13-2012, 03:46 PM   #3
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any advice on how to remove/refit the large roller bearings from the hub ? i have managed to remove the right hand side bearing (the one that falls to pieces) but am not sure how to go about removing/refitting the roller bearings.
the rubber seals look like they could easily be damaged when refitting.
cheers colin
Colin leave the needle bearing where it is, clean and regrease it

anybody notice the seal are in BACKWARDS from the Factory
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:22 PM   #4
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[quote=theknurl;568196

anybody notice the seal are in BACKWARDS from the Factory[/QUOTE]

Yes but when you build a hub after a few glasses of wine who cares....forwards or backwards it don't matter can't see them with sprocket and wheel on.
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thanks for that guys - i think i will take noels advice and leave them in place for now.
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Yes but when you build a hub after a few glasses of wine who cares....forwards or backwards it don't matter can't see them with sprocket and wheel on.
i do the wine afterwards
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