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I going to service my rear hub. Getting the wheel loose was no problem but the nut on the sprocket side was a little tougher.
Which way do you turn the nut to remove on the sprocket side?
And torque on reassembly? pinch bolt torque?
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Sprocket side is traditional thread.
Torque is 200-220nm.
pinch bolts are 28-32nm.
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^ thanks. I got it apart and the small bearing on the wheel side was a little ruff. Is this something I can go to the local bearing store and purchase?
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Send a pm to theknurl. He is the bearing guy.

Or, use the search function. He has posted the bearing part numbers and where to source them many times.
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I going to service my rear hub. Getting the wheel loose was no problem but the nut on the sprocket side was a little tougher.
Which way do you turn the nut to remove on the sprocket side?
And torque on reassembly? pinch bolt torque?
thanks
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motorhead out of interest - how many miles in total and how many since since last inspect & grease?
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motorhead out of interest - how many miles in total and how many since since last inspect & grease?
bike is a `06 910R that I bought new. It has just under 10K miles on it and this the first hub service. The bearing only felt very slightly notchy in a couple of places. After I knocked it out of the carrier it felt good. Irregardless I nplam to replace both bearings. I was able to get them from cbr bearing.
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Cheers motorhead - not that many miles really ...obviously will keep checking mine religously
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