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Old 08-18-17, 07:52 AM
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Bearing

Hi,

I have intermittent problem with my rear wheel.
I feel like the bearings are changing or knocking when I turn the wheel on my hands.

I cheched cones and hubshell with magnifier.
I didnít see something wrong and I donít feel anyting with finger.

I have Campi rear cone 10 26 What size of bearing i should use?

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Old 08-18-17, 07:56 AM
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Campy rear hubs of that erected used 1/4" balls.
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Old 08-18-17, 08:11 AM
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not sure I understand you description. But for wheel bearings. I find most are put up way to tight and do what I call "indexing" They momentarily get in a bind and then release. sort of like some radio tuners and volume controls that have detentes. Not noticable when you spin the wheel by hand on the bike, but it is noticable when the wheel is off the bike and you spin the axle by hand.
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the bearing cones are set too tight and/or the balls/cones are pitted.

set the hub bearings up with just a touch of up/down play... not side to side...
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