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Well I will give you a brief outline of what to do, save me typing too much unless you do decide to do it yourself. You need to pull the front forks and the lower yolk to replace the bearings. Adjusting the new bearings requires a bit of skill, if you haven't done it before or are afraid to tackle that aspect of the job then you might enlist a bit of assistance for the adjustment.
 

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I think I would personally leave this job alone. Too easy to go wrong when adjusting the new bearings.
 

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I've had a look at the Clymer manual and have decided that this is definitely not a job for the faint hearted!
 
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