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Old 05-05-13, 08:53 AM
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Enduro makes a tool set to remove and replace their bearings but it lists for about $120 so is impractical for most home mechanics.

The bearings should have come factory lubricated and unless you have a LOT of miles on them, there is no need for maintenance. As Airburst noted, you may be able to pry out the outer seals and regrease them without removing the bearings from the cups.
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