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I just bought me a good rear wheel and rotor, but the bearings weren't all they where cracked up to be and the non-drive side has no bearing retainer, I have a selection of rear wheels with retainers so I'm sure Ican get them out with a good tool to change out the bearings. I would prefer not to use the screwdriver method if I don't have to but if I have to I will.

So I'm asking the question, can I buy, borrow or rent one from someone on here so's I can get those suckers out. Or do you guys generally use the screwdriver method?
 

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I don't know anyone who actually has the tool. I have used two punches with a breaker bar between them and in one case a single punch and a small ball peen hammer. Those retainers are not usually in there all that tight.
 

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find a pin spanner. works like a charm. they make adjustable ones. fix tons of other things as well
 

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Cyclebuster wrote:
find a pin spanner. works like a charm. they make adjustable ones. fix tons of other things as well
Thanks Cyclebuster, this little baby from Harbour Freight worked great, took that sucker right out, thanks again.



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