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Remove the axle and freehub body using this guide: Generation 2 axle - TRSr/TRS+/LG1+ rear hub axle install and removal

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Using the e*13 bearing service tool, place the axle press tool on the drive side axle
  • Using the e*13 bearing service tool, place the axle press tool on the drive side axle

  • Place the bearing removal cup on the disc side

  • Slide the threaded rod through the hub, install the handles

  • Make sure the axle press tool and bearing removal cup are centered

  • Tighten the tool handles to press the axle and the disc side bearing out of the hub shell

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  • Remove the axle and bearing from the hub shell

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  • Look inside the hub shell, you will see two cut outs in the bearing stop for the drive side bearing

  • insert the bearing removal tool into the hub from the disc side and insert it into the drive side bearing

  • Make sure the wings on the tool are in the cut outs. This will press the bearing out by its outer race

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  • Slide the threaded rod through the hub and the removal tool

  • Slide the press rod over the threaded rod and onto the removal tool

  • Place the removal cup on the drive side and install the handles

  • Tighten the tool

  • The press rod will press on the removal tool and push the bearing out of the hub shell

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  • Remove the bearing from the hub shell

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  • To install bearings, start by installing the disc side bearing

  • Slide the bearing over the bearing press tool

    • e*13 original replacement bearings should be installed with the red seal facing out

  • Slide the other bearing press tool into the drive side bearing bore

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  • Tighten the tool handles to press the bearings in

  • Be sure the bearing presses in straight

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  • Leave the disc side bearing tool in place and remove the drive side too

  • Slide the bearing spacer over the threaded rod and into the hub shell (tool removed in photo for clarity)

  • Slide the bearing over the end of the bearing spacer

    • e*13 original replacement bearings should be installed with the red seal facing out

  • Place the bearing tool on the drive side over the bearing

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Conclusion

Thanks for reading, now get out there and ride!

The Hive

Member since: 12/05/2012

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