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How to Get Inner Front Wheel Bearing Out?


Bill Jewell
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Hello,

i am attempting to replace the front wheel bearings on my 1930 Franklin and have run into a small problem. I have pull off the outer bearing assembly (cone & cup) and pull off the brake drum. The inner cup is attached to the inner part of the brake drum. That just leaves the inner cone bearings which I cannot pull off. What is holding this in place that prevents me from pulling it off?

Thank you in advance for any help you can offer.

Bill

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Usually they are just pushed on with a fairly tight fit as they have to have enough friction to stop the inner section spinning when the bearing is in action.

If you use a slide hammer with an attachment to contact the back of the bearing body you should be able to get it off.

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