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Need to change front rotors

How do the berrings go in to the actual rotor? are the smaller ones that are in the front casing installed with the point going toward the rotor or pointing outward toward the wheel?

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The larger bearing goes on first pointing towards you as you install it then the rotor goes on the the smaller bearing goes on with it pointing away from you like this > < please rate this. thanks

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