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I have just removed the rear wheel to take with me for wheel widening by Kosman. I have removed everything except the hub cuz I'm not sure how. Am I supposed to pry something off, screw something off or what. Any help appreaciated.


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Finishing up the rear tire. It's up against a wall I know but the rear was low on pressure and the front was too hard, causing ti to skid along.
 

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Leave the rear sprocket (pulley) bolted on the hub. Lay rim on its side and tug evenly on the sprocket. The hub is pressed fit into place. Do not use a screw driver or any other prying tool unless it is softer then the hub and or rim.
 

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DarkStar said:
Leave the rear sprocket (pulley) bolted on the hub. Lay rim on its side and tug evenly on the sprocket. The hub is pressed fit into place. Do not use a screw driver or any other prying tool unless it is softer then the hub and or rim.
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Just pull up from side to side on the pulley. Its all pressed togetherwith the rubber cush drive inserts. My pulley came right off this way on an 02.
 

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OK, I removed the hub with balances and I'm at the rubber seal at both ends. I have failed to find a way to dismantle the bearings and such. I don't know if I should remove the seals with a flat screw driver, or press the whole thing out or what. Appreciate the help. First time going this deep.


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MD-82 said:
OK, I removed the hub with balances and I'm at the rubber seal at both ends. I have failed to find a way to dismantle the bearings and such. I don't know if I should remove the seals with a flat screw driver, or press the whole thing out or what. Appreciate the help. First time going this deep.


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You need a blind bearing puller or take it to your dealer and have them dismantle all the internal bearings.
 
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