Jim (Bedford )
Where's the love for vintage RM's?
Steve (Dallas )
Installed front and rear wheel bearings on a 2006 Road King after the stock bearings went after about 25,000 miles. These replacement bearings fit perfectly and slipped in easily. The trick is to leave them in the freezer for about 2 days to "shrink" just a bit and install them when they are ice cold. Only have about 5 miles on them but they seem to be functioning as they should and they are quiet. No more "grinding" noise that used to drive me nuts last season. Hopefully they last longer than 25,000 miles.
Chris (Kenmore )
Part was shipped and received as promised and the kit comes with all the pieces so you don't have to worry about washers and nuts. Installed easily, I would recommend this product.
Kevin (Fredericksburg )
I replaced my original rear fork swingarm with a chrome one and these adjusters cleaned up the rear end look nicely. The only problem was fit. The hole for my axle was too small and I had to grind it out to fit.
JR (garland )
Finish was not very good. Was low-grade finish under chrome. Could see brush marks through chrome.
Sammy (Rio Grande )
Its beautiful to Hayabusa.