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    Does anyone have any tips or tricks on how to remove the cush drive rubbers from the M90 rim so I can put them in my M109 rim?

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    If they are similare to the 9.

    Watch "M109R Cushdrive" on YouTube
    https://youtu.be/146ZpxDLaVA

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    Quote Originally Posted by M109Dreamer View Post
    If they are similare to the 9.

    Watch "M109R Cushdrive" on YouTube
    https://youtu.be/146ZpxDLaVA

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    All parts are exactly the same. This helps immensely, Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadsled View Post
    All parts are exactly the same. This helps immensely, Thank you!

    I used stright dish washing liquid when I removed mine. Also used a little to reinsert then also into the new wheels

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    Followed your advice and it came apart and went back together like a dream. Now I am at a stand still because whoever I got the rim from took out the bearing seal on the spacer side. No dealers open until Tuesday so I am s.o.l. I will get a bearing and seal kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadsled View Post
    Followed your advice and it came apart and went back together like a dream. Now I am at a stand still because whoever I got the rim from took out the bearing seal on the spacer side. No dealers open until Tuesday so I am s.o.l. I will get a bearing and seal kit.
    That sucks. I wonder why the owner did that? Without replacing them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by leadsled View Post
    Followed your advice and it came apart and went back together like a dream. Now I am at a stand still because whoever I got the rim from took out the bearing seal on the spacer side. No dealers open until Tuesday so I am s.o.l. I will get a bearing and seal kit.
    Are you referring to the "dust seal" that sits on top of the bearing? If so, they are sealed bearings and you really don't need it on there. I was out one day and my 109 started acting really crazy back there. Checked it and sure enough a bearing. Went over to my buddies as his shop was closer then going to where I work on bikes, and we tore it down. He had the bearings but no dust seal sa it had also destroyed my dust seal. I threw it back together without it and rode 25k more miles that way and it still is fine to this day even with the bike being sold. (I became friends with the new owner).

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    Yes it is a dust seal but suzuki lists it as a bearing seal. There are 2 bearings on the drive side and no seal. On the brake disc side there is one bearing and a dust seal. I have spent the 30 bux and ordered all new bearings and a seal. why not....while i have it apart.Not sure why you would ever go without putting in a dust seal. I myself have parked the bike and am waiting the 2 days for the 5 dollar seal to arrive. Even if I had to I would have gone back and added the seal later.The dust seal is there for a reason!!!!
    Last edited by leadsled; 03-19-2018 at 10:05 PM.

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