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4 bearings Non abs @ $19.50 = $78.00
1 Rear tire = 277.00
1 hour labor = 100.00
Total = $455.00
Prices from Ronnies. Both bearings must be removed because the bearing that replaced the ABS bearing gets pressed in first. Then the remaining bearing gets pressed in to the wheel. The inside spacer is the same for ABS & Non abs wheels. The axle spacers from your existing non abs wheels should be right. The shop may have told you that you need a spacer because you would not have a ABS wheel speed sensor which replaces one axle spacer on abs bikes.
 
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Originally Posted by 14GuineaPig View Post
... Both bearings must be removed because the bearing that replaced the ABS bearing gets pressed in first. Then the remaining bearing gets pressed in to the wheel...
Just for General info ...

One can change the "Secondary" Bearing ONLY, but they need to change your installation process and the result will effectively be the same as the "Proper" procedure.

Also to add, I would only do this on a Low Low mileage wheel (bearings) and with the same bearings.

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Originally Posted by Schex View Post
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EDIT: another "add"...
You can use wheels with ABS bearings on NON-Abs Bikes by using "Reduced Length" Spacers against the ABS bearing

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Originally Posted by multihdrdr View Post
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EDIT: another "add"...
You can use wheels with ABS bearings on NON-Abs Bikes by using "Reduced Length" Spacers against the ABS bearing

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I wondered that. Already had the bearings replaced on my rims.
For future reference, where does one get these spacers? What size?
 
 


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