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Old 07-09-2009, 10:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Man. Hub cleaning

hey all , I got a set of man. hubs that really need cleaning , is it okay to use brake cleaner on them, or is there something better to use. and do i have to repack them too? I'm trying to get them put on before TAKEOVER .
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Cleaning with brake cleaner is fine, that is what I use for most everything and yes you will need to pack them with some grease. There are a couple rebuilds online that will help.
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cleaning with brake cleaner is fine, that is what i use for most everything and yes you will need to pack them with some grease. There are a couple rebuilds online that will help.
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pack the bearings, but only a light coating on the moving parts of the hub. Always remember grease attracts dirt.
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pack the bearings, but only a light coating on the moving parts of the hub. Always remember grease attracts dirt.
oh ,okay JOE , what type of grease is good???
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I use syn wheel bearing grease
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ill be going through this tomorrow to when i get off work and pick up my man. hub stuff , already got the brake p cleaner and shop towels waiting to clean emm up now just gotta get time to install it
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ill be going through this tomorrow to when i get off work and pick up my man. hub stuff , already got the brake p cleaner and shop towels waiting to clean emm up now just gotta get time to install it
yah , i think i'll be cleaning mine up this weekend.
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any hi-temp wheel bearing grease is good.
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