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Inner Bearing Spindle

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8. This should give you an idea of how the bearings and races work. The inner bearing is a little larger and it will slide over the spindle until it is tightly pressed onto the spindle. Then the bearings will roll around inside the cage between the inner race and the outer race, which is pressed into the hub. The outer bearing does the same thing, just farther out on the spindle.