Question about Cycling
It sounds like you are trying to remove the hub, not disassemble bearings if you are trying to replace the rim. First off, replacing the rim requires you to rebuild the wheel, meaning re-lacing the spokes and truing the wheel. Unless you are very experinced in wheel building I sugguest you purchase a new rear wheel. Not only will it cost much less but it will save you much time and headache. Your local bike shop can help you with this. Hope this helps.
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