Bearings sticking out

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12/1/2019 10:19 AM

Will the bearings stick out when i install the crank ?? And if they do is that too much ?? Should i just get another frame ? or i can still run a crank there normally ?? Anyone with some answers please ? I'm kind of stressed out ngl LOL

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12/1/2019 10:24 AM

There's no way to tell without having dimensions but as long as the bearings go in and seat against the bearing shoulder, 2 or 3mm of stickout is not an issue

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12/1/2019 10:29 AM

It may be more susceptible to rust, but as long as it has a firm hold in the cups you’ll be alright.

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12/1/2019 10:42 AM

it will be fine.

Start saving money for a new frame but this one will / should work just fine for you.

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12/2/2019 4:53 AM

Clean it before you assemble it more though.

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12/2/2019 6:42 AM

You're fine, just aesthetics; enough of the bearing should be supported for it not to be a safety concern.

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12/2/2019 6:45 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/2/2019 6:47 AM

Ismail_Hammani wrote:

Will the bearings stick out when i install the crank ?? And if they do is that too much ?? Should i just get another frame ? or i can still run a crank there normally ?? Anyone with some answers please ? I'm kind of stressed out ngl LOL

Edit: I read the post wrong, my apologies. Lol

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12/3/2019 12:46 AM

Ismail_Hammani wrote:

Will the bearings stick out when i install the crank ?? And if they do is that too much ?? Should i just get another frame ? or i can still run a crank there normally ?? Anyone with some answers please ? I'm kind of stressed out ngl LOL

Bulletpup wrote:

Edit: I read the post wrong, my apologies. Lol

So it will be fine ??

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12/3/2019 12:53 AM

p1p1092 wrote:

There's no way to tell without having dimensions but as long as the bearings go in and seat against the bearing shoulder, 2 or 3mm of stickout is not an issue

I measured the shorter part and its less or about 1mm off. I guess that about okay right ?

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12/3/2019 12:58 AM

dave lawrence wrote:

Clean it before you assemble it more though.

Will do, i just hope it works tbh

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12/3/2019 12:58 AM

readybmxer wrote:

It may be more susceptible to rust, but as long as it has a firm hold in the cups you’ll be alright.

I will paint the whole frame, but i just hope it works lol

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12/3/2019 11:05 AM

why is it taking so long for you to put a bearing in the frame?

the only way to know for sure (even though we already pretty much do know) is to insert a bearing.

do.it.now....

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