Question about Specialized Crossroads
Balls have no race and fallout
Posted by Anonymous on
The race is actually threaded onto onto the axle it is best to only loosen the axle enough to add grease then tighten it back up. It is typical to use grease to make them sticky enough that you can get them back in place with out losing any.
P.S. if you do lose some then take a picture of your bike with you phone and put the remaining bearings in a clear baggy ands take these two item to your local bike shop. They will probably have some and may not even charge you for what you need. YOU HAVE TO TAKE YOU BEARINGS TO THEM SO THEY CAN MATCH THE SIZE.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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