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Honda ANF125 steering head bearings

How do I slacken off the steering head bearings on the Honda ANF125 as there is resistance when you turn the handlebar?
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  • shaun78 Dec 08, 2009

    They are a bit too tight as you can feel the ball bearings when going to full lock!! The top nut seems to be underneath the handlebars which looks like a big job to remove.

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Do u have link to online manual or pdf / file or something like that

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It's probably due to rust or dirt. They should be a little snug, but not tight.

Posted on Nov 25, 2009

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I don't know what type of bicycle you have, or how modern it is, but the handlebar and steering head are similar on most models. Try to remove the handlebars and steering head from the bike as a unit. There is a large nut at the top of the head tube (where the steering stem goes into). Loosen this nut, and the handlebars and steering stem should pull up and out of the bearing inner races. When you completely remove that nut, the headset will come apart... (including the fork and front tire which will drop out of the headset. If your brake and shifting cables are too short to let you pull the steering stem completely out of the steering head, you'll need to remove the handlebars from the steering stem. If you are careful, the bearing set, spacers and washer will stay on the fork tube when it comes out of the bicycle frame head, so you will know which order to reassemble them in. Either tag them or lay them in the proper order. Now you can clean the bearings or replace them.
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there is a fine line between tight and slack, a bearing which has been left in a loose state for a prolonged period may require replacing, as so 1 that feels rough or notchy,

in some cases only a small amount of tightening is required, remeber when the top yoke is replaced and tightened this will put more tension on the bearing, so a bearing that feels tight without the top nut tightened will be overtight when yoke centre nut has been tightened, method of satifaction is when the top nut is tight with the steering clear of the ground in a straight ahead position the handlebars must fall from centre left, right with no friction detected, again checking the movment by pulling on the fork lowers.

OVERTIGHT BEARING WILL AFECT THE STABILITY OF THE MACHINE.

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