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Originally Posted by hy_tek View Post
I know I could do the work myself with a little guidance. It's like anything else the first time is the hardest. I watched a video on YouTube and it looks pretty easy to do mechanically. The only drawback is purchasing the tools is more expensive than having someone do it for me. Then there is the issue of parts that I have no idea what I need or sizes and part numbers. I am sure if someone showed me the procedure I could do it nevertheless.

Performance Cycling said they would do it for $20 an axle so it is worth it to me to have it done right the first time. Thanks for the suggestion however.....
Park has already typed all the stuff out that you need and how to do it. The rear hub bearings should be 1/4" and the front 3/16". If you have to replace cones, you'll need to go the your LBS. Shimano has done some hinky things in the past and not all cones for their hubs are the same.
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