Been poking around the site for some time now and notice a lot of good How-To guides on the site that I sure know helped me with my build so far. About to put wheel bearings back in and want to make sure I have everything I need and in the right order. Once I can confirm all the parts, I will make a How-To with PLENTY of pictures. I am sure I don't do everything right so hopefully a few guys can chip in to make sure I have a good guide. Let get a few parts I.D.ed and get this thread started As I side notes, I ordered the four bearings and seals already so those are set to go. Alright, I took a long time but the wheels and bearings are done and let me start by saying - they are super easy! I am kind of embarrassed I even made a How-To for something so simple. The diagrams of the wheels make everything much more intimidating than it really is. Front Wheel: Both bearings are the same size so pick one and pop it in. I used a small piece of 2x4 to get it started in flat and then used a bearing punch to finish it. Now, flip the wheel over and use the internal spacer (shorter of the two tall spacers) in between the two front wheel bearings. It is key to keep the spacer lined up through the center. I used a piece of rope to keep it lined up while tapping in the opposite side bearing. Same as before, just tap that bearing in and you're done! I drilled a hole through the 2x4 to tap it in flat and then used the punch again. The spacer doesn't seem to be able to move around much inside when tapping it in so if you lose the rope, no worries. I will be using a speedo delete from Hugh so no need to worry about anything else for me. Rear Wheel: Pretty much the same thing, the only big difference is the small collar that needs to be fitted into the larger bearing. The collar is used to create a snug fit between the axle and bearing so that is essential. I have seem some for sale if you lost it or didn't save it when removing the old bearings. Again, tap one bearing in first to its proper side (these two bearings are not the same size). Place the larger internal spacer on a string as before like the front wheel and put the other side bearing in. Good to go Hope this helps!