Removing MC Wheel Bearings (How To Inside)

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Post by duke46 » Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:00 pm

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Post by Wags » Wed Sep 22, 2010 6:12 pm

Nice collection there Duke!!!
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Post by CPC-X » Thu Sep 23, 2010 10:50 pm

Good lord Duke! Several thousand dollars worth of specialty tools there brother - good score. Bet you haven't figured out or used 10% of them yet :)

And for those removing bearings from dirtbikes, keep in mind, most modern models have 2 rear axle bearings on the sprocket side.
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Post by duke46 » Fri Sep 24, 2010 9:27 am

The only thing that has been used and it was by me and that was the spring remover from the shocks. I made up one for our small press and then bought all these tools and ended up with the proper one :D .

My son was going to open his bike shop back up here in town but run out of funds and then I said why not here at the house and he decided not to. He told me you don't really want to have a bike shop where you live because they will come by almost 24 hr a day as he found out when he owned his place in GA and lived in the building right next to it.

He said if a guy needed a spark plug and it was 12 at night and he wanted to ride the next day or just hear the engine run they would come by and wake him up :(
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Post by CPC-X » Fri Sep 24, 2010 10:26 am

duke46 wrote:The only thing that has been used and it was by me and that was the spring remover from the shocks. I made up one for our small press and then bought all these tools and ended up with the proper one :D .

My son was going to open his bike shop back up here in town but run out of funds and then I said why not here at the house and he decided not to. He told me you don't really want to have a bike shop where you live because they will come by almost 24 hr a day as he found out when he owned his place in GA and lived in the building right next to it.

He said if a guy needed a spark plug and it was 12 at night and he wanted to ride the next day or just hear the engine run they would come by and wake him up :(
Yeah, having your house in the parking lot of your p/c shop kinda poses the same problem :roll:
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Post by 2combs » Wed Oct 06, 2010 10:45 am

I know I've posted it here somewhere but this kit works very well, and is very affordable.

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Post by ZX10 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 12:55 pm

Wiseguyz wrote:It would be nice to see how you reinstall them as well. I always use the old bearing to drive in the new one.

Dan heres a pic of the Driver.... Soon as i coat these wheels i will post up right in this thread....

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Heres what i use to remove the valve itslef.....
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Post by Wiseguyz » Sun Dec 12, 2010 2:52 pm

Thanks, that's a nice kit. Where do you get the stem removal tool? I just cut them out currently.

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Post by ZX10 » Sun Dec 12, 2010 5:52 pm

Im gonna check with my Pops Thats his tool I have the slightest clue were he got it... its probably older than me like most of his tools.... :lol:

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Post by j&s racing » Mon Dec 13, 2010 10:37 am

that tool is a stem installer! it is made to insall the stems but i guess it pops them out too! :D i just use a pair of cutters and snip snip there out
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