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Hi I just want to replace the front & rear axle bear rings of my son's Yamaha Blaster 200 year 2002. Any body can assis me with this matter? Thanks in advance, Chris

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Pretty simple..take both hubs off each side..remove the two axle lock nuts. axle will only pull out to one side..not sure exactly whicj side. take a hammer and punch to the our race of each bearing. press not pound the new bearing in and use lots of grease.

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