Steering stem bearing tool


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Steering stem bearing tool

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Got to at least repack mine. Cyclemax has the removal tool for $129. I don’t have the tools to make my own as wing admin did in his tutorial. I ended up ordering one from Honda Classics on eBay (they’re located in England). Only $50 to buy it and it was here on the East coast in just 8 days. Just gotta wait for Amazon to deliver the other stuff I need before I tackle the job.


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Re: Steering stem bearing tool

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You can get them a little bit cheaper from Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Honda-07916-3710 ... ref=sr_1_1
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Re: Steering stem bearing tool

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Amazon is $90 and I got min for $50 - the way deliveries from Amazon have been lately it didn’t hurt to wait 2 or 3 more days before I got it 😂😂😂
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Re: Steering stem bearing tool

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Then it turns out it was my front wheel bearing and not the steering stem bearing. Oh well, I'll be ready to regrease and tighten when needed.


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