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Bearing replacement on silverback stride 30 mountain bike

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You wil need a couple of special tools, or be fairly creative with the tools you have.
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  2. loosen the crank retaining nut/bolt.
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  4. remove the lock ring on the adjustable side of the crank axle (Requires lock ring wrench)
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