That last piece in the brake disk hole slides out. It has an big O ring on it, and a bunch of roller bearing that will drop all over the place. After you clean it up and get ready to put it together, us a stiff grease and pack all those loose bearing back in. Also clean the hole where the O ring slides in. That's why it's hard to slide out now, it's dirty.
Also make sure you grease the big O rings before you put it back together.
This post was edited by J.Wondergem at 06:45:28 01/08/13.
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