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One should be able to set the frame on it's RH side and flod the shell/cup/bearing with solvent, air blast out the remaining and finger squeeze in grease. Awkward for sure but not at all hard to do. But removing the RH cup is the WAY. There are methods to secure cheap plate wrenches wrenches on the cup with the axle and it's nut/bolt. Then one can leverage or hammer away and not be too worried about wrench slip. Andy
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