I. Place the wheel on a flat, flat surface.
Attention! It is not allowed to put excessive loads on the wheel (stand up or kneel, sit down), as this can lead to deformation of the brake disc.
2. Carefully pry the gland with a screwdriver and remove it.
3. We remove the washer of the speedometer drive mechanism from the hub.
4. Having rested the drift in the hub sleeve, with light blows of the hammer we press out one of the hub bearings.
5. Extract bearing.
6. Remove the hub spacer.
7. Similar to item I (see above) remove the second hub seal and remove the second bearing.
After disassembling the hub, we clean all its internal surfaces from the remnants of old grease and dirt. To do this, wipe the hub from the inside with a rag moistened with kerosene. Before assembly, lubricate all parts and the inner surface of the wheel hub with grease. We assemble in the reverse order. Once removed, the seals are likely to be deformed and will need to be replaced. Bearings are also replaced if there is excessive noise during their rotation, there are longitudinal and transverse backlashes, clicks.
The motorcycle uses sealed type wheel bearings with grease embedded in them, designed for the entire life of the bearing. It is possible to install in the hub bearings similar to the original ones, but with one-sided sealing. Such bearings must be washed in kerosene and filled with grease before installation. Bearings with one-sided sealing should be installed with the open side inside the hub.
We assemble the wheel hub in the reverse order, press the bearings using a mandrel or a tool nozzle of a suitable diameter, while the force is applied only to the outer ring of the bearing.