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Kirst 1 Sep 2010 20:15

Am I missing a bearing? 1VJ rear wheel
 
Got a new inner tube fitted today at a reliable tyre place locally, but stupidly handed them the wheel with the sprocket, cush drive and drum brake attached, which they handed back to me in a bag with the wheel when they finished . Went to refit the wheel , cleaning everything before it went in, (so tyre place closed by this time) and I appear to be missing the bearings, of all things, on the side where the drum brake sits. I can't find an exploded view anywhere. And I don't understand how a bearing could just fall out (the centre spacer fell out ) . Anyone know if there should be a bearing or spacer there? Anyone got an exploded view they can point me at? :helpsmilie:

Thanks
Kirst

Chrispy 1 Sep 2010 21:36

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Hi Kirst, It sounds like you are missing the bearing.Not long ago I had the rear wheel re-spoked on my 600Z Tenere. The bearing was a little loose and fell out. It didn't seem that loose at any point when I checked for play in the hub. In the end I had to have the hub sleved and a new bearing fitted at the local bike shop (he's pretty exceptional at engineering jobs). If you look closely at the picture with the bearing in you can actually see a gap.

Hope this helps.

Chrispy

Kirst 1 Sep 2010 22:16

Yup, 's missing alright! Thanks ever so much, Chrispy, I now have a plan of action for tomorrow. :scooter:

dblunn 3 Sep 2010 04:59

How did you get on with the bearing? I got an old set of wheels for my 1VJ and had the same problem when I tried to put new beearings. I used some loctite 660 which is a green gel and it worked fine, they are still there after a few thousand km.

Regards, Dave

Jens Eskildsen 3 Sep 2010 08:38

I've seen people hitting the surface the bearing meets with a hammer and a screwdriver to make some small rough "craters" and bums. The bearing would then have som stuff to grip.

oothef 3 Sep 2010 09:03

The trouble is, if the bearing has enlarged the housing, burrs and bruises aren't likely to last long, locktight's better but a sleeve's the best.

Jens Eskildsen 3 Sep 2010 20:33

The scenerio I talk about was in combination with loctire, sorry I missed that. It seems like it work.

No question about the sleeve being the best option, short of a new hub =)


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