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#873306 03/01/2022 8:39 PM
by Mr Jazzbo
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Safety aside, I'm curious as to what works fastest on old bearings. Gasoline, kerosene or paint thinner?

Thanks, Jim
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#874119 Mar 10th a 07:57 PM
by Andy Higham
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I use a bin.
I chuck the old bearings in it and put nice new ones in the bike. On the whole bearings are pretty cheap
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