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    Question UMI steering bearing replacement ?????

    As the title says I want to replace the bearings in a UMI system for the GPR.
    HOW DOES IT COME APART ??????

    Help Please.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SpeedJunky View Post
    As the title says I want to replace the bearings in a UMI system for the GPR.
    HOW DOES IT COME APART ??????

    Help Please.
    Take the nut off the bottom of the steering shaft, Remove the arm and the whole thing comes right out. Of course it helps to get the handle bars off and out of the way first so you are just working on the UMI itself.

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    The bearings are 6004RS.

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    Thanks guys, the bottom arm was on really tight, it took some persuading to get it off.
    Anyway, I got it apart.

    Thanks again.

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