Thx. Any idea how difficult it is to remove the bearing from the rear wheel pulley? Is it pressed in? Any additional glue used?
Looks like I may potentially destroy it/crack the hub if I apply too much force, or the bearing comes out in pieces.
For future iterations of this hub I would suggest going with drop in bearings. The way this is currently manufactured makes it very difficult to replace bearings. Once the bearings seize you can essentially throw away a big part of the drive train, since the hubs are not sold separately and even so, they would be more expensive than a ~5usd bearing.