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Old 09-13-13, 05:58 PM
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I'm looking to rebuild these Mavic hubs

Hello all,

I recently bought this bike at a good price, knowing it would need some work to get it in excellent running condition. What I'm looking to do right now is rebuild the Mavic hubs on it. What I've done in the past with these sealed hubs was to take the bearings out, match up the numbers with good replacement one and put it all back together. I'm looking to do the same with these Mavic hubs. Before I take everything apart, I thought I'd float this out there to see if there's some pointers I could get from someone. How be great if there was some .pdf file that spelled this out for me on what I need to do next. If no .pdf file then I guess some pointers? Here are the hubs I have that I'm going to work on.





Any help on this would be greatly appreciated and most welcomed.
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Here is Mavic's tech document list of wheel and hub maintenance and overhaul details. You should be able to find your particular hubs somewhere in here:

http://www.tech-mavic.com/tech-mavic...#ksyriumequipe
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Here is Mavic's tech document list of wheel and hub maintenance and overhaul details. You should be able to find your particular hubs somewhere in here:

http://www.tech-mavic.com/tech-mavic...#ksyriumequipe

Thanks HillRider, looks like Mavic used the same bearings for front and back, if I'm reading their info right. Makes it easy to track down the replacement bearings.
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Thanks HillRider, looks like Mavic used the same bearings for front and back, if I'm reading their info right. Makes it easy to track down the replacement bearings.
The one good thing about Mavic product...very serviceable.
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