Question about 2003 Honda XR 125 L
Hello unless there something unusual about the front wheel.
bearing removal is not difficult
once you have the wheel off remove the seals on both sides.
remove any internal snap rings or retaining rings.
now the correct way to remove the bearings is with a bearing remover its a shaft with an expandable tip and a weighted slide. when the end is inserted into the center race of the wheel bearing then the shaft is turned to expand the expandable end locking it in place then you use the weighted slide on the shaft to drive it out.
replacing the bearings easiest way is ti use a press not everyone has one of those a bearing driver or and old socket can be used to drive in the new bearings just make sure it is smaller than the inside diameter of the bearing hole and just enough to make contact with the outer bearing race do not force or make contact with the center race.
Hope this helps you out
Posted on May 11, 2010
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