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    ease dropper cannondalejunky's Avatar
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    cannondale coda expert disc bearings

    sadly i have neglected my rear wheel on my xc bike, i've had the bike for 5 or 6 years now, but i haven't ridden it much in the last couple of years. i finally started riding it again, but i noticed the rear hub was very rough. i tried to take it apart to replace or overhaul the hub, but i can't figure out for the life of me how to get the bearings out...any suggestions will be greatly appreciated
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    Are they seald, or loose ball?
    If seald a punch and a malat will get them loose. Just work them out, dont pound one side till they are forceed out.
    then press new ones in. Fire the axel and cones back together.

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