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Old 11-22-05, 02:47 PM   #1
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cone bearing hub servicing

Do you need ultra slim wrenches to access the jam nuts on these?? there is no room to get anything in there. am i missing something?

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Yup cone spanners these are narrow spanners specially for the job. Buy once use foreever
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Buy once use foreever
Or at least until you get a new hubset...


But mine works perfectly on the sway bar endlinks on my car.
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Do you need ultra slim wrenches to access the jam nuts on these?? there is no room to get anything in there. am i missing something?

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That would be why they sell "cone wrenches".


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Old 11-23-05, 02:08 AM   #6
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That would be why they sell "cone wrenches".


Planning on updating the "Dream Girl" soon?
Ha ha! here is a new one! hey Raiyn i finally got a pic of the bike you advised me on over the summer along with gastro, maelstrom, lowcel, et al.

i am trying to get it on here....
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Avoid cheap crappy pressed steel cone wrenches, get a decent set . Cone flats come in different sizes.
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Avoid cheap crappy pressed steel cone wrenches, get a decent set . Cone flats come in different sizes.
i kind of want to get some...but it seems like most future bikes i get would have cartridge bearing hubs. you only really need them for cone hubs...right?
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