- DT Swiss bearing replacement
Assuming 240 style hub, from memory..End caps off and drift the axle out.. It will bring one bearing out with it. Flip hub and drift other out. you can drift against a larger socket so the bearing falls into the middle.Posted 4 years ago
Install using socket to press or drug back in. Use socket that’s as larges as the outer race or you’ll poop the bearings.mrelectricSubscriber
Not sue about Cube but the M1800 OEM on my Canyon are not 240 etc but turned out to be Onyx. Quite different design but procedure is as above..Manual is on line once u know that -thanks to the STW Collective brain for that.Posted 4 years ago
Check there is no hidden circlip in the free hub.couldashouldawouldaMember
timbo, DT wheelsets aren’t very clear what hubs they use. But visually / logic you’ll get there. Any chance you can look on here to recognize your hubs?
Click on “hubs mtb”. That should help a fair bit.
And lastly, they’res a chance its not actually a DT hub. So maybe a photo of yours would help if you’re stuck.Posted 4 years ago
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