Rear hub

Discussion in 'General Questions' started by Justin clay, May 28, 2016.

  1. Justin clay

    Justin clay New Member

    Noticed I'm getting play which I expected. Cranbrooks weren't made to do 20-25 constantly lol. For the rest bearings anyone have good places on the net for some decent ones? Or is it best to just order new rim and switch everything over? Going to be fixing this in the near future and was just wondering what peoples take on the market is as I'm fairly new to it. Local pd have been fair about it. Stating that as long as you respected the street signs and they didn't get complaints they didn't care. I live in a town of 13,000 so it's fairly small. Plus I think people are coming around to saving as much fuel as possible. Thanks guys loving this forum
     

  2. Hello Moto!

    Hello Moto! Active Member

    You might just need to take the slop out. You can tighten it up but might need a cone wrench to do it properly. Check out YouTube for how to's cuz its always easier to watch and learn. Coaster brake hubs are fun to disassemble! Even funner to reassemble if you've never done it before lol.
     
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