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You could always have it straightened by Woody's: https://woodyswheelworks.com/pages/alloy-motorcycle-wheel-repair
Thanks for the suggestion. I've used Woody's for my big enduro bike wheels with great success. The cost of shipping from Canada can make this less attractive compared to new rims - I'll check out the shipping cost that way.
I could not get the bearing carrier to move out of the cast hub with any amount of blows. Probably needs some heat, not necessary to remove for the cleaning.
This is in reference to your earlier question concerning the clutch . The early shallow spline clutch hubs are no longer available (maybe you can find new old stock).So if replacing the clutch , I'd suggest getting the new 4mm hub and matching plates . I used the SD-Tec kit and although itfit and works well enough , I find the clutch engagement point very limited ! Hopefully others here can suggest a more trafficfriendly clutch . Peter
If those are both front bearing carriers, then only one bearing is inserted completely to the bottom and secured with a circlip. The other is installed flush and "floats".
I have an early spoked wheel with twin discs and have 2 cir-clips . Was that because of the second disc ? Peter
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