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How to change rear wheel bearings on gpz 900 r 1987

How to change rear wheel bearings on gpz 900r

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Take off wheel...remove cush drive on sprocket side...prise the oil seal out on the brake side and you'll see a circlip...remove this and drift bearings out. Drift new ones in with a socket or bit of tubing that is the same size as the bearing outer so as not to damage the bearings...re-fit circlip.

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