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motorcycle? Has it done a lot of kilometres, been through heaps of dirt, sat around or been ridden through salty beach areas? Well, the wheel bearings can start to lose their smoothness, which can in some circumstances change the way your bike will ride/handle. Changing the wheel bearings is (most of the time) a fairly simple job, the only time you’ll really struggle is if they’re seriously seized in the wheel. That will require some heat from a gas torch and some muscle!

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