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Old 08-20-09, 07:32 PM   #1
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when repacking a hub...

how much grease should i pack in. i know too much is better than not enough but how much should i put in like around the bearings and within the hub itself where the axle goes. do i want no air in it at all?
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Just make sure the bearings are covered. Also, when putting it back together, make sure all the bearings are in place.
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Cover everything is a good rule. If you put too much in some will squeeze its way out.
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