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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!
J.D. in CO
Switching the bearings to run on the axle was a good improvement. I have had these kits on two bikes and they have performed well. The great part is being able to only by the bearings and seals when they need to be replaced the next time.Read All Reviews
J.D. in CO
I recently purchased a used bike that had the upgrade kit installed. This time I only needed to replace the bearings and seals. The spacers and center shaft were still in good shape despite the bike sitting unused in S. Texas.Read All Reviews
Detlef in VA
The O-Ring made me spend the extra dollar but after just 11 hours it's not at all worth it if the seals fail prematurely! The military spec hard anodized spacers ground down on both sides like plain aluminum letting excessive water into the hub ruining bearings on both sides. Forget the o-ring, it's not better than any other bearing kit!Read All Reviews