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I purchased a enforcer front wheel off a 2015 SGS. It didn’t have bearings in the rim. I have purchased new ones w/ the inner sleeve.
My problem is, I need to know how far into the rim do I push them?? All the way seated or just inside the lip of rim??

Any help will be appreciated, THANKS!!
 

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The bearings install all the way into the wheel hub flush and square against the inner spacer. Special tool for the install procedure, don't pound the bearings into the hub.
 
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If those wheels are aluminum heat them prior to install of the bearing. The Harbor Freight bearing driver set works
 

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I purchased a enforcer front wheel off a 2015 SGS. It didn’t have bearings in the rim. I have purchased new ones w/ the inner sleeve.
My problem is, I need to know how far into the rim do I push them?? All the way seated or just inside the lip of rim??

Any help will be appreciated, THANKS!!
Remember if your bike has ABS build into it there is an ABS bearing it’s got to go in that enforcer wheel


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