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    cheap bearing removal tool

    Any advice on where can i find a good and cheap bearing removal tool

    like the superstarcomponents type https://www.superstarcomponents.com/...tting-tool.htm

    6802 and 6900 bearings - lapierre spicy

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    Do you have any experience of removing and fitting bearings?

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    You can get this tool from eBay. Search YS-BT1112

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    my nomad mk1 made me an almost professional
    never changed on lapierre

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    thanks arnea

    unfortunately out of stock 6802 size

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    If I understand the tool correctly, a socket or piece of plastic pipe larger than the bearing and a socket the same size as the bearing and a piece of threaded rod, some nuts and washers would do the same thing.

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    A square end punch and a hammer can do wonders in competent hands. Purpose built tools make life a lot easier and are a must for professional shops but if you need to hack it you might already have the tools.

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    im trying to avoid hammer because this time want to change bearings without disassemble rear triangle
    i'm already armed with a threaded rod nuts and washers
    thanks for the replays

    happy new year with a lot on fun on the trails

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuno Machuqueiro View Post
    im trying to avoid hammer because this time want to change bearings without disassemble rear triangle
    i'm already armed with a threaded rod nuts and washers
    thanks for the replays

    happy new year with a lot on fun on the trails
    Curious, why do you want to replace the bearings in situ? If you are going to replace them all, anyway, wouldn't it be easier to work with the triangle separate from the frame?

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    Yes you right but have 2 cable holder with stuck bolts
    It's easy and very straightforward to access the bearings. Even without removing the triangle.

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