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Steer Wheel Hub Cap
Anyone have a good way of getting the hub caps off the steer wheels on RC5500 without absolutely destroying it? At less than $10 each I know most guys just replace them when changing tires/repacking bearings... but just seems like a waste. ~Thanks

It's all just nuts n' bolts.
  • Posted 28 Sep 2016 04:48 AM
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I actually grinded a pry bar. takes a while. I did it to a cheap pry bar. Works great. Immediately takes the caps off and doesnt damage teh rim or cap
  • Posted 5 Oct 2016 03:25 PM
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