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  • DT Swiss rear hub bearing change
  • Premier Icon charliemort
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    It’s on a Trek Fuel EX9 – it has a pawl freehub (not star ratchet)

    Do I need to remove the ratchet ring to get the drive side bearing out? doesn’t seem to want to shift with the ring in place. If so, presumably there is a special tool?

    thanks

    Premier Icon bigyan
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    DT Swiss tool to removal the 3 pawl ratchet ring is

    HXTXXX00N5266S

    About £60, I think you can get copies on ebay.

    Premier Icon dropoff
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    I’ve done E1700 and E1900 bearing changes (both pawl) without any special tools

    Premier Icon boombang
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    As above 370 3 pawl hub zero special tools.

    Couple of sockets, few blocks of wood, rubber mallet and a small vice. Punch for getting out the bearings.

    Premier Icon bikerevivesheffield
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    No need to remove the ring
    Hear hub with boiling water
    Freeze bearings
    Press bearing in

    Premier Icon choppersquad
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    Tried doing that to my Roval rear wheel today which I think has DT Swiss 360 internals and I can’t see how you’d do it without the tool. I’ve just ordered one from ebay for £18 so we’ll see how it goes when it arrives.

    Premier Icon bikerevivesheffield
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    Do you have a press or a drift? Press makes it super easy

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