Question about CycleOps Front Hub
How do I do this
This may not be an option, the image associated with this question heading is from the earlier generation hub. The earlier generation hubs had the window slot with carbon fiber insert to match the rear cosmetics of the CycleOps Power Tap rear hub. The axle was 9 mm axle.
The new generation hubs do not have the carbon fiber insert and have a 10mm Axle
More importantly, the bearings inside are sealed 6901 cartridge bearings. These are really non-serviceable bearings. They should be removed and replaced with new cartridges.
The bearings will be measured by External Ring Diameter, Internal Ring Diameter, and width.
You'll need a bearing puller to remove and bearing press to install. This is not beyond a DIY project, but a simple labor charge at a bike shop could save you from damaging a $100.00 hub.
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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