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Old 06 December 2006, 12:08   #21
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...I drive them back on with a bit of tube tickled out to fit on the flange/lip rather than hit the top/crown..
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...I drive them back on with a fekkin great hammer and use a bit of tube tickled out to fit on the flange/lip rather than hit the top/crown..

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Old 06 December 2006, 12:32   #22
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I great big NO. You need to get some knowlegable help.
Interesting, i'm a chartered engineer (CEng), been working with industrial ball races for 20 years

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Old 06 December 2006, 12:40   #23
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Oh Dear... 20 years experience and you think that the side of a double lip seal is likely to be Nylon and that poking a hole in it and squirting grease into it constitutes cleaning and greasing? I hope you haven't done any maintenance on any plant that I'm likely to come into contact with.....
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Apparently you are a slow learner. Please get some help to rip out that "sealed for life" crap and re-build properly.
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... not a great idea.

Nos?.. we call a 2lber a "toffee hammer" up here..... "proper hammers" start at 4lb....
In the US. we call a 2lb-er a "bear turd"
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Ooo..look an Al-Ko sealed for life bearing... and this is what a man with 20 years experience wants to poke a hole in the side of... you may note that the side of the seal support is steel... God give me strength...or at least the contract to put it all right..
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Old 06 December 2006, 16:06   #29
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That was complete sarcasm, never been an engineer (wasn't that evident!!!), specially not for 20 years (would have had to have gained my charterhood at the age of 13!)

I'm as likely to know anything about bearings that I do RIBS, hence looking for wisdom on this fantastic forum!

Keep up the good work guys....

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