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    2010 enduro dropout play

    I've got a load of play on the dropout Horst pivot on my enduro and need to replace the bearings on both sides.

    I've never done anything like this before is it an easy enough job? Does anyone have any guides on replacing the bearings ?

    Many thanks

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    It's not easy unless you have the right tools. Your LBS might be the best course. I've done the larger pivot by the BB and the ones at the rocker arm assembly, but every tap with a hammer to get the old ones out was nerve wracking thinking I was going to screw something up.

    Good Luck.
    How can anyone who's been riding as long as I have, be so slow???

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    Ive finally got the bearings and im going to attempt it....I was planning on just bashing the bearings through but ive read on various forums this cant be done as theres a ridge between the 2 bearings so they cant be knocked through.


    Think im going to get myself a blind bearing puller.

    Can anyone tell me if this is suitable and will fit the dropout pivot bearings?

    New Inner Bearing Puller Set Kit Remover 5 PCS Blind Internal Slide Hammer | eBay

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