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GREAT BEARING KIT

I purchased the all balls bearing & seal kit and have to say it is the best with a perfect fit with no tough banging to get the bearing to sit correctly--great and easy to install. (CBR 1000F)--now I have a nice smooth ride*****GRRRREAT*****

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(NY, NY)
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Getting my "Bearings"

Got about 129k on my original bike bearings, so decided it was time to change. My shop said these were really good quality kits, so am pleased. Only got about 100 miles on the new ones, but they performed great.

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(Marysville, WA)
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All ballz

Bearings fit great and came with seals for everything. If you are looking for bearings, this should be your last stop. I have used this brand about 4 times now.

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(Boston, MA)
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bearing polaris 500efi

bearing fit great will buy again

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(McRoberts, KY)
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Great bearings!

I bought the All Balls Racing wheel bearing kit for my '93 CBR 600 and they fit great! Installation was pretty easy and the bearing and seals went in like OEM parts. I have put a couple hundred miles on the bike since replacing the bearing and everything is working fine.

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(Montoursville , PA)
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Great bearings

I bought these when I noticed some play in my front wheel bearings. The kit was easy to install, and got here fast and I have no complaints. The ride is great and all of the vibration is gone now.

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(Montoursville, PA)
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Good fit

Easy install, no issues, seems to be rolling just fine now, but don't have much for miles on yet. Included an extra seal.

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(Princeton, MA)
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All Balls Bearings

I've installed the rear bearings I got awhile ago but I haven't put in the front ones. So far the rears have held up very well. I like how they come sealed and pre-packed from the factory rather than the non sealed oem. They fit well and installation was easy. I gave the quality a 4 because I've only had them on for a few months, so Ill have to see how they work out. If you have the money and want some really good bearings check out the ceramic type bearings.

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(Iowa City, IA)
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Good product

These bearings fit well on my Yamaha FZ1. After several hundred miles no problems so far.

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(Houston, TX)
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all balls bearings and seals

Havnt driven bike yet, but have installed bearings in rear wheel, set came with extra seals that must fit other makes, but all parts needed for rear wheel, seem to be good quality, they are also sealed which the stock bearings are not.

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(fdl, WI)
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bearings

seem to work pretty well i have no complaints

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(frenchville, PA)
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Wheel Seals

Guess I misread the item description. I thought when it said "complete" wheel seal kit I thought it was for both front wheels - not a complete kit for one wheel. My bad, but they are a pain in the a** to get the old ones out.

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(Cabot, AR)
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sabre 2002

I liked the fitment of these bearings. They appear to be of at least equal quality to OEM and the finish maching is of hood quality. Doesn't hurt at all that they are 75% less in cost over OEM. I have only put 500 miles on them but noticed an immeadiate improvement on my 2002 Honda Sabre's hanndling characteristics. I ride year round and travel 150 miles a day to work and home. This is my primary transportation so it's critical to keep her in good mechanical repair.

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(Denton, MD)
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Butch

Like some of the other reviews, my mechanic said the kit I had was a great quality kit and I should have no problem with them. Only have a couple of hundred miles on them, so can't really judge one way or the other.

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(Granbury, WV)
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Stick with OEM

These bearings fit perfectly, and were easy to install… but DEFINITELY not of high quality at all...I ordered up some for the front and rear of my Yamaha R1 and after only 300 miles, the back bearing blew out while I was riding, I had to end up replacing my rear brakes, my caliper housing, all of the rotor bolts, and if I would have rode any further, I would have been replacing my rotor as well. It also knocked my rear out of alignment and could have locked up the wheel and thrown me off. If you are in the market for bearings, look up the OEM part specifically for your bike. For Yamahas, it is NTN... I pulled the fronts back out as well. Waste of money. Better safe than sorry, so think twice.

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(Columbia, SC)

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