January 25, 2013(honolulu, HI)
Had these installed on my 00 zx6r to replace the old head bearing. The difference is night and day. Handles like a new bike! Shipping was a bit slow, Other than that no complaints here.
Upgrade for ball bearings, direct replacement for Harley
October 09, 2012(Barryton, MI)
Installed these in my '81 Yamaha Virago a few years ago and loved the results. However, my Harley already had tapered needle bearings and as such I didn't have much of a performance gain. These are a great price even if you're just replacing worn out tapered bearings.
August 10, 2012(Grants Pass, OR)
Great Bearings. Bike handles like new.
July 24, 2012(Rockville, MD)
So much superior to the stock bearings. I'll never need to replace them again!
June 25, 2012(Auburn, MI)
Great kit. doesnt really come with directions but pretty self explanitory. ALTHOUGH...., the races are different and made to match the different bearings so be sure to install them correctly. I was careless and luckily the local shop fixed my mistake. would recommend! pivot works great also
April 18, 2012(vancouver, BC)
These do feel lighter then stock ball bearing. Needle nose bearing is way stronger. The instructions sucked! I’m lucky I’m mechanically inclined. I would recommend getting professional to install. It takes some time to get use to the lighter feel.
Buttery... and ballsy!
February 13, 2012(Imperial Beach, CA)
I ordered these to replace the stock head bearings on my tw200. These things are way better than stock- they're roller bearings while the stock bearings are balls in cages. I've been riding with them for about a month now and they are butter smooth. The bike feels great now and I'm confident that they'll hold up to offroad abuse. Easy install.
very easy to install
January 12, 2012(Woodland, CA)
One of the easiest installations I have had to do on my bike
January 05, 2012(Plaistow , NH)
Installation instructions are in-adequate. Found out after I installed the base roller bearing that I needed to use the one of the spacers provided. I had to ruin the bearings to get them off.
best prices anywhere
May 23, 2011(upstate, NY)
The All Balls kit are surprisingly cheap. I thought I could source cheaper, identical spec bearings from a distributor, but I was wrong. These are the best prices for steering stem bearings anywhere.