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Originally Posted by Looigi View Post
Many cartridge bearings can be disassembled.
Most, AFAIK. It'd take a riveted bearing carrier to stop me, if I could be bothered.

you often need to press them out by applying force to the inner race.
I was more thinking of this; often pretty hard to remove them non-destructively, and disassembling in situ = PITA, if possible.

They're a PITA to disassemble in the best of circumstances. I like the almost-cartridge style you come across occasionally, like the BBs inside 6500 STIs. No integral seals, just an easily-removable plastic bearing carrier that easily pops out.

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