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When you need a solid solution to dirt bike bearing problems, look no further than Rocky Mountain ATV/MC! Are you doing some hefty rebuilding and want to replace all of your bearings? Are you upgrading some of your existing motorcycle bearings? Or do you just want to take a look at the different types of bearings available for your bike? Either way, you can find all of your dirt bike bearings right here. From ball bearings to needle bearings to sealed bearings, we’ve got them.
But you’ll find more than just motorcycle bearings here. In our bearing kits, you have everything you need to replace your shot bearings to get your dirt bike in prime condition. The kits typically include bearings and seals, but many times you’ll also find additional O-rings, shafts, spacers or gaskets.
All you need to do is enter your bike’s make, model and year at the top of the page. We’ll find all of the bearing kits and seal kits that match your dirt bike. We’ve got the big names in here too: Pivot Works, Hot Rods, All Balls and more. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is the best place to find aftermarket dirt bike bearing kits. (We also offer OE bearings for your dirt bike as well. Just click the OEM link at the top and enter your dirt bike’s details.) We’ll solve your bearing woes faster than you can say, “Eat my roost!”
Dan in WY
First kit had very little instructions, installed it and it started leaking within 2 hours. Second kit had full set of instructions and a plastic spacer for setting the mechanical seal, this one lasted 14 hours. All other seals and bearing in kit work and fit perfectly, will try an OEM mechanical seal next.Read All Reviews
Mark in PA
My KTM has an aftermarket hub, Dubya to be exact, and this caused fitment issues. I had to machine around 3/8in off the center collar because it was too long. It is too long because the bearings could not seat into the hub and I could not install the seals. If you run into issues with fitment, don't go and cut 3/8in off because that is an estimate. Take your Dubya wheel and bearing kit to a machine shop and have them shorten it.Read All Reviews