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Bevel box changing grease

Post  sammyt80 on Wed 14 Mar - 11:47

can some body please give me detailed description of how to change the grease in the rear bevel box as mine is starting to bind and does the bearing at the rear also need greasing

currently using Comma Cv high temp grease thats lasted 4 months and 3 and a bit thousand miles

thanks.

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Post  JohnW on Sat 17 Mar - 19:23

sammyt80 wrote:can some body please give me detailed description of how to change the grease in the rear bevel box as mine is starting to bind and does the bearing at the rear also need greasing

currently using Comma Cv high temp grease thats lasted 4 months and 3 and a bit thousand miles

thanks.

The correct grease is Castrol Spheerol L-EPO grease. Its a semi liquid grease. You need to remove back wheel & unbolt bevel drive from
swinging arm (3 bolts) Then take bevel drive apart. Its a fairly simple job to do but there is a circlip to remove as well as bolts. Best to buy a copy of the Haynes manuual. There is no specific mention of re greasing the pinion bearing but it is a good idea to do this whilst unit is out of bike, you will need to remove a treaded bearing retainer which needs a special tool (a long hexagon nut of correct size). Again explained in Haynes.
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Re: Bevel box changing grease

Post  sammyt80 on Sat 17 Mar - 20:23

JohnW wrote:
sammyt80 wrote:can some body please give me detailed description of how to change the grease in the rear bevel box as mine is starting to bind and does the bearing at the rear also need greasing

currently using Comma Cv high temp grease thats lasted 4 months and 3 and a bit thousand miles

thanks.

The correct grease is Castrol Spheerol L-EPO grease. Its a semi liquid grease. You need to remove back wheel & unbolt bevel drive from
swinging arm (3 bolts) Then take bevel drive apart. Its a fairly simple job to do but there is a circlip to remove as well as bolts. Best to buy a copy of the Haynes manuual. There is no specific mention of re greasing the pinion bearing but it is a good idea to do this whilst unit is out of bike, you will need to remove a treaded bearing retainer which needs a special tool (a long hexagon nut of correct size). Again explained in Haynes.
Happy spannering


Thanks, will crack on with that at college and use there tools Laughing
Trying to locate some of that grease but its all internet and also unbolt the lower suspension bolt.

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