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03-03-2006, 12:45 AM
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Use gasoline or diesel (put a small bit into a container, insert a couple of bearings, and shake about) to clean out the grit and the dirt, then dry them off, then use WD-40 to grease them up and reinstall them into your wheels. That'll do the trick.

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