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Shelby in CA
Bought them because they were priced right and i knew they would be top quality.Read All Reviews
Ryan in KY
Fit exactly as expected. 2nd time in the past few months I've installed an all balls Bearing kit and I haven't been disappointed yet. 1st time being the swingarm and this time being the linkage kit.Read All Reviews
Max in NH
These carrier bearings have been great. The odm honda carrier bearings need replacing every couple months, happened to all my buddies who also have 400exs. So when I went to buy my 400ex I picked up the rear end from the grab bar to check for any play in the bearings and it looked good. I bought it and then less than 3 months later they needed replacing. My friend at school said he had a 300ex with the same issue and he also said he used all balls racing wheel bearings to replace his carrier bearings and they lasted him 6 years. I got and installed these for my 400ex in december 2021 and now its june 2022 and they are still perfectly fine. Theyve lasted 6 months which is definitely longer than 3 months, but who knows maybe theyll even last 6 years like my buddies 300ex because they are still perfectly fine as of now.Read All Reviews
Christopher in QC
Well, lets be honest. It's a bit cheaper quality wise than the OEM kit. Around 40hrs on both (OEM vs Allball) Both greased every month during riding season. The oem looks to be in a better shape overall for everything that arent the bearings. Pins and other steel parts will wear a little bit faster than oem. But for the price I guess it's ok. It does the job, juste keep it clean and lubricated. Just dont expect oem durability.Read All Reviews
FRANCISCO in CA
Love these bearings! Easy to install. I do wish there were some instructions on the box on which ones go on which side.Read All Reviews