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    Miles beyond ball bearing type

    So they are called All Balls. In fact they are tapered roller bearings, and are far superior to ball bearings. Instructions do need to be read twice, as the parts (spacer washers) in the kit are not 100% self evident. Other than that, kit was straightfoward. Results were well worth the effort.

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    (Peabody, MA)
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    Good bearings good price

    My old bearings were shot and after replacing the stock with the All balls the handling and tightness of my R1 improved allot. I haven't had much time on the bike to say how long they last but the quality seems to be top notch. The installation was more difficult then I had hoped but I don't believe that was because of the bearings as a tight fit is necessary. I would recommend that you put the stem in the freezer over night and heat the bearings to help them slide on easier.

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    (Port Matilda, PA)
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    All Balls steering bearings

    These bearings were installed in a 2000 Roadstar. Good bearings at a great price. Being a mechanic made it a little easier to change these. However if you are not a mechanic or don't have one on retainer I'd advise you to get one. I used a special bent drift pin for bottom race. The top seal was not self-explanatory but I got it figured out. My only suggestion to the company is to add a more detailed install step-by-step instruction sheet for the masses.

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    (Corrigan, TX)
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    good replacement

    Good product but impossible to install without presses and pullers.

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    (Bristol, VA)
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    '01 yz250f

    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

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    (Auburn, MI)
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    bearing kit

    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.

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    (vancouver, BC)
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    Upsetting

    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.

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    (Plaistow , NH)

    Buttery... and ballsy!

    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.

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    (Imperial Beach, CA)

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