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Rear Shock Bushing Check just a reminder

2017-2-23I had replaced the old fox aluminum spacers with the RWC bearings but those developed notching and play after 500 mi and I have since switched to the 5 piece Fox polymer bushings (I have used these on my ASR5C on a fox float and RS monarch shock)

Suspension Kits

Suspension pivots for mountain bikes have vastly improved 20 years ago when ball bearings replaced bushings However off the shelf ball bearings have sub par load ratings and are only filled one side with a sparse dollop of grease including MAX type needle bearings for rear shocks The result for you is a much more active and quick rear

K12GT Rear Drive Pivot Bearings

2006-11-16At about 13K miles I noticed some freeplay in the rear wheel of my '03 K12GT - together with some oil seepage around the rear drive boot The dealer that serviced the bike said that the pivot bearings in the rear drive were notchy and that they needed to be replaced along w/ the rear

PE175 Full Floater rear shock rebuild?

2019-12-2I replaced the needle roller bearings in the bell crank with NK 18/20 INA needle roller bearings (18x26x20) I reamed the casting out to suit This meant that the hardened spindle was too small so I machined it down to 15 mm o/d to suit LR 15x18x12 5ina inner bearing ring two each side

Fox rear eyelet IGUS bushing wearing out quickly

2020-7-21I replaced the bushing and the eyelet was snug again Around 40 mi of riding later and it has play again When you push on the rear wheel to flex the swing arm side to side you can definitely see that the shock takes some side load from the flex but it seems crazy it would wear out that quick

Wheel Bearings Replacement FAQ

2012-3-19Munched Rear Wheel Spacer Back to bearings Replaced the chain carrier bearing at 21k as it was crunchy Possibly related to stresses from the wheel bearing failure? Again I replaced the bearing and seal with top of the line industrial/automotive bearings Replaced the front wheel bearings at 21K Preventative maintenance still seemed OK

Shock Absorber Bearings

Remove the plastic wrapper from needle bearings and push it into the inside of the bearing to retain the needles Removal Support the vehicles frame and swingarm so the vehicle weight is not supported by the shock absorber Follow any specific instructions in the vehicle's specific service information Remove the shock absorber from the vehicle

Price of shock service

Price of shock service - posted in Bike Shops Services: Sent my Anthem in to have both shocks serviced A Monarch an a Recon Gold Service came to R1800 [emoji22] Not sure what was done asked but lbs still needs to let me know Is this price normal for a shock service? This is my first shock service an if this is the price I might as well buy the tools an DIY

Needle bearing issue?

2020-3-614 TE 2 5 lift needle bearing went at around 45k (IIRC) Dealer initially couldn't replicate the issue and said it was fine I persisted and after a second visit and riding with the tech they agreed there was an issue They replaced the needle bearing under drivetrain warranty (60k 5 yr) They of course replace it with a factory part

The Ultimate Guide to 'Metric' Shock Sizing and the

The bearings spec'd by RockShox have expected lifetimes comparable to those already used in your frame and are readily available around the world in any bearing shop If you don't feel like replacing the bearings by pressing them out the whole bearing mount assembly can be easily replaced and comes with fresh bearings pre-installed

Low friction material for a bushing

2019-1-10When I replaced the rear shock bushings in my MTB I turned some bearing bronze shock bushings and used a titanium through bolt Seemed to work well the previous shock had aluminum bushings with a SS bolt The shock travel is short and the pivot movement is small all the other suspension pivots use sealed ball bearings

Swingarm fit and bushings instead of bearings

2009-10-13Then they apparently just cut it to length drilled the right sized hole down the center of it and pressed it into the place where the bearings went So in this case the nylon bushing replaced the needle bearing cage the needle bearings and the inner spacer that goes over the bolt that the needle bearings typically ride on

Yamaha Motorcycle Bearings and Bushings for sale

Yamaha Motorcycle Bearings and Bushings The bearings and bushings on your bike keep the wheels moving smoothly They need to be very regularly checked and replaced when necessary While you might be confident that your bearings haven't been worn down motorcycle bearings and bushings can sustain damage from pressure washers and dirt as well as during normal riding conditions

Fox Rear shock eyelet replacement

Page 1 of 2 - Fox Rear shock eyelet replacement - posted in Tech QA: There is some play in my DU bushing on the rear shock of my Giant Trance X2 (2011) I replaced the DU bushing before but the play returned a couple rides later Suspect that the 2 part eyelets are what is causing the play and the DU bushing to where out quickly They not in great shape any way

Bearings – Sur Ron Group

I service my rear shock linkage bearings every 800 miles I know if I rode in heavy sand and mud I would service them much more often After coming out of winter I was pleased that my bearings were in good shape! Still full of grease very little dirt or corrosion

Specialized Enduro Frame 2004 with Hope Headset

Shock bushings upgraded to fully sealed roller needle bearings for smooth and supple sensitivity Frame now has 140mm rear travel Stock travel is 100mm All pivot bearings recently replaced with Enduro fully sealed bearings Frame comes with Hope headset featuring fully sealed cartridge bearings in

Best Automotive Replacement Shock Bushings 2020

2020-7-151 Front Rear Lower Shock Bearings Bushings for Arctic 250/ 300 /375/ 400/ 454 /500 /650 2 The shock absorbing bush is a small rubber sheet placed between the shock absorber and the frame It should also be replaced 3 Kit Include 16 bushings 8 needle bearing shafts

World Class Shocks and Struts

Shock Strut Video Tips How to chose the right shock or strut truck shock information and more View All Do I need new shocks Shocks struts what you should know How to choose the right shock or strut When to replace shocks struts How shocks and struts wear Shock Strut Basics

Minarelli/Jog Clone Info : Bearings Seals Torque

2019-6-20The bearings of course are not interchangeable so you need to know which you have before selecting a wrist pin bearing More info HERE The length of the wrist pin bearing may depend on the displacement/bore of the engine Smaller pistons cannot fit the longest pins O D with the pin out may vary depending on the design of the needle bearing

Needle bearing issue?

2020-3-614 TE 2 5 lift needle bearing went at around 45k (IIRC) Dealer initially couldn't replicate the issue and said it was fine I persisted and after a second visit and riding with the tech they agreed there was an issue They replaced the needle bearing under drivetrain warranty (60k 5 yr) They of course replace it with a factory part

Shock Needle Bearing Kits

2017-5-23Shock Needle Bearing Kits These kits replace the bushings in rear shock eyelets with a needle bearing Needle Bearings reduce friction for smoohter shock travel Another advantage of needle bearings are pro-longed lifespan and do not need be replaced as frequently Our Needle Bearing kits are offered in 35 different widths and 6mm

Low friction material for a bushing

2019-1-10When I replaced the rear shock bushings in my MTB I turned some bearing bronze shock bushings and used a titanium through bolt Seemed to work well the previous shock had aluminum bushings with a SS bolt The shock travel is short and the pivot movement is small all the other suspension pivots use sealed ball bearings

Bearing knowledge

2018-10-21The bushings required more precision to fit but you could pump a big of grease in every month or two and they'd go on for a long long time Eventually I replaced the rear horst-bushings but the main pivot and linkage ones never wore out even though I replaced them at the same time Much more laterally rigid than bearings too