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Old 08-22-2009, 01:07 PM   #1
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RC51 rear wheel bearings

Ok gang! Rear wheel bearings out on the RC. Rear wheel has been removed dust seals and sprockets have been removed as wheel. Now I am looking at the manual and there is a tool called a "bearing removal shaft" what the is that??? Leave it too Honda to come up with sometime like this....any suggestions!
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Old 08-22-2009, 01:09 PM   #2
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Either bring it up here and we can pull them for you or get a long round round and try to catch the edge of the bearing and drive it out.
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Pat I will bring it too you my man, you were my next call? PM and let me know how much cash to bring!
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or use a brass drift to get it out, its a relatively easy job so it should cost you to much to get done right. Make sure you didnt over tighten the rear axle crushing the bearing tight, i see that stuff all the time too.
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