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Changing front and rear bearings on honda cr 250

How do i change front and rear bearings on a 2001 honda cr 250

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Hi buddy simply take the wheels off and the caps remove the dust seal with a screw driver and the circlip which will onl;y be on 1 side and pop out with a long screw driver and hammer and hit it hard if it dont move after a couple off hits heat the hub or the outside of it and the bang it out then to reinstall the new ones just put the bearings in place get some stud bar with washers and 2 nuts slide this through the bearings and bush in the midle through the hub and turn the nuts th will pull them in or take it too a garqage and do it which is an easier option any more info buddy get back to me

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