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All Balls Rear Wheel Bearing Upgrade Kit

Our price: $49.99

MSRP: $57.69 - You save up to $7.70 (13% off)

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  • Replace failure prone rear wheel bearings with the All Balls upgrade kit.
  • The 6204-2RS bearings have a 23% increased load capacity over the stock 6005 bearings.
  • Aluminum wheel spacers with hardened steel sleeve to prevent wear.
  • Aluminum internal spacer with plated and heat treated steel end caps to prevent corrosion and wear at the mating surfaces.

All Balls Rear Wheel Bearing Upgrade Kit Reviews

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Poor design for installation

Comments On Jul 10, 2014:I will never buy this product again, the desighn is poor , you need at least 3 or 4 hands to get the axle on because the inside hub sleeve has nothing to rest on , anyway it sucks I will never buy this product again.

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good product but could be better

Comments On Dec 03, 2013:I used this kit in the rear wheel of my 08 ktm 450xcf. ive read other reviews of this product of how the spacers are hard to keep in place when reinstalling the rear wheel. they arent that bad. use some extra grease packed in around the seal and bearing that helps. the biggest beef I have with all balls and most other bearing companies including factory oem is that they dont put much grease in these things. i've pulled the seals out to find them totally dry before. the only thing you can do about it is pull the seals out and pack them yourself. if u do that they'll last 10x as long. I give them 4 stars only because if u repack them when you install them they are a very good bearing.

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I'd like my money back

Comments On Jun 30, 2013:There is nothing to hold the inner spacer in place while you install the rear wheel. On top of that, the outer spacers fall out since they're so short. You need at least four hands to put the rear wheel on. A poor design.

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Not that good.

Comments On Mar 19, 2013:These bearings are cheap and dont last that long.

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All- Balls Rear Wheel Bearing Kit

Comments On Sep 19, 2012:You would think that these would be tougher as they are larger than the stock size wheel bearings;but, I often do not get more than 30 hours of use out of a set.

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Not a good design

Comments On Aug 15, 2011:I don't like how the spacers don't go into the bearings and this makes them hard to line up. It also appears that the seals don't have much of a sealing surface. I will be buying the stock bearings and spacers. In my opinion this set up is not worth the $$$

Additional Comments On Jul 19, 2012:I have extra wheels and tires and I just tried to use the wheel that I installed the kit on last summer and it's worse than I originally thought. I found that when I installed the rear wheel and tighten it up the axle, the wheel binds and won't turn properly. To keep it from binding I had to loosen the axle nut to a point that I wouldn't ride the bike like that. So I took them out and threw them away tonight.

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Two years and going strong

Comments On Jun 26, 2012:Easy replacement for stock. I have had no issues and the bearing is still tight and rolling smooth after two years and several hundred rough, muddy, and rocky trail miles.

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Going back to stock bearings

Comments On Mar 11, 2012:So I like the idea of bearings with larger balls, which is what this has. But I don't like the fact that these bearings didn't last any longer than the stock bearings. I also didn't like how hard it was to get the rear wheel remounted. The wheel spacers fall out, and they don't go through the bearing or the long spacer inside the hub, like the stock wheel spacers on my KTM 200XC. With nothing to stabilize the long spacer in the hub, it gets out of position and makes it hard for the axle to go all the way through without some persuasion. What's also not good is when it's time to replace the bearings, the long spacer inside the hub has two diameter-reducing rings pressed inside each end. Try tapping out a bearing without destroying one of those rings...good luck. If you use this kit, plan on replacing the whole kit every time the bearings go bad, because you'll probably destroy the long spacer.

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Shortest life of any bearing kit I've used

Comments On Oct 18, 2011:We have muddy conditions most of the year so it is hard on the bearings. I can usually get about 10-12 months of riding out of a bearing kit and this one lasted maybe 4 so I can't recommend it at all. It would appear to me the spacers are too short and soft so debris gets in easier and wears them out quicker.

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Awesome upgrade

Comments On Oct 22, 2011:Must have item or else you'll be replacing rear bearings all the time.

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