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Got my new all balls wheel bearings in and I went to put the new seal on the sprocket bearing. Currently the id of the seal is about 2-3mm away from the inner race of the bearing. That's not normal right? Can't seem to get the seal to go any lower (and I'm dreading cleaning the old bearing to use as a driver...).
 

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the seal will not fit tight against the bearing. a small air space between them should have a small amout of grease to lube the seal only. if its a sealed bearing. it should sit about fush with the hub surface.
 
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