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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:34 pm 
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hopefully have more luck in here:

got a DMR revolver rear hub that i'm servicing.
the cone nut on one side is quite pitted making it roll a bit rough.
can i sand this back with fine grade and polishing compound - or will this affect the bearing race too much?
or is there a source to get a replacement?

pitted cone nut:
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the worst bit:
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the size:
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plus the axle is 10mm diameter.


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