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    Removing/replacing bearings in a phil wood kiss-off hub

    anybody have any experience with this? i've been looking all over the interweb but can't find anything. I even posted a couple threads in the other forums. I know you guys/girls will pull through!

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    anybody?

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    Phil Wood has this in their web site. <a href="http://www.philwood.com/support/service-your-fsa-hub/"> Phil Wood </a>. It doesn't specifically show a Kiss Off hub, but it does show how to service their more common hubs, which I would suspect is very similar.
    Just one more rep and I get the toaster!

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    geez...somehow missed that! Thanks, aka brad!

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    Pretty easy too, just be careful not to bugger up the axle like I did . . . . .
    Thanks to www.weavercycleworks.com for my awesome bike frames!

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    So how did you bugger it up? I don't want to make the same mistake.

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