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Old 07-09-21, 04:10 PM
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Hobbiano 
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Originally Posted by 3alarmer View Post

....I'm talking about this business ^^^. And I can't easily get a good adjustment on wheel bearings without a cone wrench on each side. I can do it, eventually, but it's much more painful than it needs to be. I always assumed that was the reason for so many hub cone failures on these.
Are you talking about when you use the two wrenches opposing each other to back off the cones with both locknuts already snugged down, to get a smidgen more play in the adjustment? I understand. I just use the trial & error method from one side, with the other end held in a vise. Usually just takes a couple tries.
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