I'd have a reputable shop have a shot at it or at least remind you of the basics. If you've done it before, it's something you wouldn't forget. It usually involves some mild heat from a torch and a slide hammer or some makeshift tool to tap the cup out. -m
On 3/10/08, Don Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hello friends I haven't met yet!
> I'm out to rebuild some campy HR hubs...
> I need to know how to remove and replace the bearing cups (races).
> I vaguely remember pounding out* and pressing in cups 35 years ago,
> but most details are gone into the dark murk that is my "memory"
> Don Williams
> Woodinville WA USA
> *In a gentle kinda' way... [B^)>
Menlo Park, Ca.