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How do i remove the chain stay bearings from a stumpy fsr 120

Posted by ianbunting on Apr 07, 2009

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Stumpjumper Bearings, when to replace? « Singletrack Forum

I've had my Stumpjumper FSR Comp for a few years now ... whats best way to remove dropout bearing? may come in ... that separate the bearings seat/chain stay ...
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04 SJ bearings-

Im servicing my 04 SJ bearings and have a question re the dropout bearing ... (part of the chain stay) between the bearings at the drop out, ... on my 2005 FSR 120, ...
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How do I remove these bearings ? « Singletrack Forum

How do I remove these bearings ? ... Frame is a 2014 stumpy evo ... Ours was the drive side chain stay one behind the bottom bracket which was solid. €40 for the ...
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Specialized FSR rear pivot bearings - DIY...? - BikeRadar Forum

Specialized FSR rear pivot bearings ... i have changed all the bearings on my 07 stumpy, ... especially the chain stay pivots(?).
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Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Pro 2006 Linkages - BikeRadar Forum

Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Pro ... need to do the horst link bearings. 6800-2RS for the 130mm ... the drop out end of chain stay were tough to remove, ...
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Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp Review - Pinkbike

To stay ahead of the 29er, ... The Stumpy FSR Comp’s rear rubber doesn’t add much control ... threaded BB systems do not allow the bearings to sit completely ...
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BETD FSR Swingarm Upgrade Shock Upgrade Reviews -

BETD FSR Swingarm Upgrade - Shock ... the pedal force X the Cosine of the chain stay/seat stay angle and as the ... FSR with BETD link and bearings, ...
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