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Removing the rear wheel bearings from the hub.......

Hi. My son has a 2001 CR 125 and we want to change the rear wheel bearings. Do they both drive out through the same side of the hub after you remove the hub nut? Thanks in advance.....WILLIAM.

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  • willryder_85 May 09, 2009

    Thanks for your insght and you are right. They do come out of their respective sides ( two on the sprocket side and one on the brake side). It was very difficult to get the first one out because there is almost none of the inner race visible because of the spacer so take the single bearing out first. With the spacer removed getting the other two out was much easier. This is my son's first bike so we are both learning as we go. Thanks again for your insight and thank you to FixYa..........William.

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I don't have any experience with a 2001 model but every CR and other motorcross bike I have had requires you to knock the bearings out of their own side of the wheel. You need to get in behind the bearing from the other side of the wheel and knock it out of its own side. I don't see how it could work any other way. Imagine you were replacing the bearings having got the old ones out. Is one of the bearings smaller enough to fit through the hole in the middle of the other bearing? It would need to be if they both come out of the same side? Otherwise the seat for the larger bearing in the hub would prevent you getting the smaller bearing out of its side? Hope you see where I am coming from, as I said I havn't worked on a 2001 model so its more of a logical argument than 100% advice. Good luck.

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