Odyssey clutch bearing idea

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1/30/2020 4:14 PM

I was thinking, would it be beneficial to take the seals off the inside part of the outer bearings since the inside of the hub will always be getting lots of grease inside there anyway

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1/30/2020 5:56 PM

Nah. There will always be small metal particles floating around inside a freecoaster, simply due to the way the hub works. The last thing you want is some of those metal particles getting inside your bearings, or, even worse, the clutch pushes too much grease into the bearing, pops the seal off the outside and it fills with road dirt.

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1/30/2020 5:59 PM

p1p1092 wrote:

Nah. There will always be small metal particles floating around inside a freecoaster, simply due to the way the hub works. The last thing you want is some of those metal particles getting inside your bearings, or, even worse, the clutch pushes too much grease into the bearing, pops the seal off the outside and it fills with road dirt.

Good point lol

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