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Re: Wheel Bearing Failure?
normally. you wouldn't have to change the whole front "cartrige". wheel bearing races are made of a hardened steel and ground down to a near perfect finish, as are the roller bearings. Historically, you would pound out the old races and bearings, and replace with new. I can only guess that the Titan front wheel "cartrige" would be the same way. pulling one to find out, or finding someone who has an extra will be the best bet for the answer. front wheel bearings are not hard at all.
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