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Nothing clears your mind like a smooth ride out under the open sky on your motorcycle. But when a bearing goes bad, you can kiss that easy glide goodbye. Bearings exist to reduce friction and allow components of your bike to move easily. When a bearing goes bad, it will give you a sign – usually in the form of a vibration or wobble. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we carry a large variety of replacement bearings to help your ride feel as smooth as the first ride, every ride.
Changing out bearings can be tricky depending on where they are located. If you need some help, we’ve supplied multiple bearing replacement demonstration videos and tutorials for your reference. These videos will show step by step how to get the job done on your own and even outline the tools and materials you will need.
Can’t find a bearing that you are looking for? Check out our OEM section and browse by machine to find the original manufacturer bearings. We’ll get you back on the road in no time!
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