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BMX ball barings

My friend said he will grease it but later he said he dont know how to puth them bacl now i cant fic the he took all the little balss out please help

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    clicking noise coming from pedals apparently its coming from the pedals maybe broken i dont know can u help

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Put a thin layer of grease in the bearing race/concave part where they go. If they have a retainer pop each ball back into the retainer, test fit all before grease goes in. Make sure that it all fits smoothly, and snug not too tight. If the balls themself are out of the retainer they will pop back in fairly easy and the retainer can also be bent back into place to keep the ball bearings in place.

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