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Originally Posted by Cateye
Only panthers007 is stupid enough to believe that this is a good idea.
That's the one they made with precision bearings held in with circlips.
Just read the code off of the side of the cartridges and ask your dealer to order new bearings.
Pull the clips out with a pair of retaining ring pliers, and carefully tap the spindle with a rubber mallet to press out the bearings.
Your pix help, and by removing the spring clip readily visible, the BB should just
extrude out to one side or the other with a modest push on the axle. The
bearings would be best pushed out by a cylinder just enough smaller than the
ID of the BB shell but it should not be hard to extrude them. Once out you
can pop the bearing off the axle and measure the thickness, ID and OD of the
bearing and compare with the PWX03. You can replace bearing, or bearing
plus axle as desired. BB shell on your Merlin not likely to be threaded so
using fluted oversized axles would require some machine shop work some where
(threading your shell if it is 36mm ID, or something more elaborate, I suspect
Campy Ultra torque could be adapted for example)
Subbing a Phil axle would require some certainty that the bearing stops on the
Phil axle are very close to where the bearing stops are on the current axle.
My original research on Grease guard only popped up the version suitable for