My rear hub bearings have gone. Again! Second time in a year, both times caused by dealers who subsequently deny all responsibility. The last event I had the chain/sprockets replaced by an (MV) dealer and drove away with the chain overtightened for about 10 miles before I realised, I adjusted the chain and after pulling away 3ft there was a "clonk" and my rear wheel was all wobbly, got the bike shipped home and of course dealer denies doing anything wrong. Last time it was a £930 job at the dealer to fix (and a 5 month wait) so I don't want to go back there. I need some guidance on rear wheel removal please. My children have managed to eat/destroy/conceal my owners manual should I just get one of ebay or can someone list the procedure for me? I have the rear wheel removal tool and I want to get the wheel off and check the hub condition before I either get the bearings (I have the references and a UK location for them) or get a new hub unit. I want to do this myself as visits to dealers are expensive and often lead to my getting more problems. So any advise/help would be really appreciated!