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    How lucky do you feel? Technically you could pull it and simply reconfigure the spring washers to get it back up to a pre-load of 12-13, and ride for 10-20 hours then rebuild. Or pull it now and rebuild and have peace of mind.


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    The bearings in that thing are 6 years old... i wouldn't waste time or take a chance... I would rebuild the whole charger. It's cheap price to pay for peace of mind.

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    I can't remember who rebuilds them ,

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    Quote Originally Posted by rr4298 View Post
    I can't remember who rebuilds them ,
    Look here: http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=146938.

    Or buy the kit and a tool set, and a press, and a heat gun, and a couple of the appropriate type torque wrenches and tackle it yourself like i do... I do my own because I already had most of the necessary tools. It's tedious, it takes a lot of care and time to be done properly. Honestly, I don't see how Jerry does them so cheap... it's a hell of a deal he gives on his SC rebuild service. Me and skewba98z28 were talking about that while we were putting new SC bearings and a seal in a ski he bought last year, after watching and helping me we both scratched our heads on that one...

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    Full rebuild.

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    1/4 inch box end wrench...

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