All Balls Swingarm Bearing Kit

$14.99 - $76.99
$13.99 - $68.99
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All Balls Swingarm Bearing Kit
All Balls Swingarm Bearing Kit
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The All Balls Swingarm Bearing Kit contains all of the bearings, bushings and seals needed to repair or refurbish your swingarm bearing.

  • Contains all of the bearings, shafts, seals and bushings required to rebuild a swing arm to factory specifications.
  • Manufactured from 51200 bearing steel for improved performance and extended life.
  • Bushings are case hardened and plated to prevent wear and corrosion.
  • Features POM composite washers in place of the thrust needle washers.
  • POM composite washers offer superior resistance to dirt, water and lack of lubrication which are all factors leading to premature failure.
  • Note: Kit contents will vary by fitment and are subject to change.
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Swingarm bearings

Just as advertised.... easily assembled and working as expected...Best price I could find on the NET.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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A little different from stock but great

A little different from the stock bearings but work well and installation was a breeze.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Awesome Kit and Easy Install

Bought a 450r and didn't realize that the swingarm bearings were torched until there was crunching and cracking going on. No wonder the rear end felt horrible...

It was between this brand and another brand priced exactly the same. The internet had good things to say about both, but I liked the Teflon D coated washers since I've seen this used in Heavy Machinery. Also, an All Balls Racing sticker is way cooler than the other brand.

Install was super easy and the instructions included were spot on. I did one side at a time with the other side zip tied to keep everything in order. Don't buy a bearing puller. Be a man and go to a Home Improvement store to pick up some all thread, nuts, and various washers to make a puller. Also, you'll need various size sockets if you don't have those.

I'll buy All Balls for all my bearing needs from now on. The rear end feels amazing now.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Easy to install after old ones were out

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: south jersey

I put these in a 94 cr125 that my buddy has.. they fit in with no issues at all.I will use them for my own bike when ready...

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: wv
Good stuff

Installs easy and holds up if you maintain your bike like your suppossed to

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Just OK

Kit materials seemed to be of good quality. Rubber seal would not fit properly until I trimmed half of it away with a razor blade. Otherwise was happy w/ it.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Bang for your buck

Excellent value. Be sure on inststallation to pack your beairings with grease to keep out any moisture, water will ruin them quick!

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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Debord, KY 41224, USA
Super service

went on line and ordered my parts on monday night and recieved them on thursday. man what service. the parts were just as described and fit was perfect. great products and great service. did i mention how easy it was. motosport is the only way to go. cant be beat!!

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Donald Over 8 months ago
My 1980 xt250 has plastic or composite swing arm bushings stock. Does this kit convert it to bearings or will it have plastic bushings again?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago
We're sorry, this product does not fit the 1980 Yamaha XT250.
RMgibbo Over 9 months ago Location: Australia
What size pivot bolt will fit this kit i have a 1992 rm125, and just bought a replacement bolt but its a different size so need to know if kit willfit?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 9 months ago
The All Balls Bearing Kits are built to OEM specs to work with other OEM components. The bolt can be found in the OEM section here:

Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
* All products sold on are for US models.
z400er Over 11 months ago Location: Inman, SC 29349, USA
Will this fit on the back of my quad?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 10 months ago
Yes this will fit the swingarm on your 2003 Suzuki LTZ400. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
bansheeraptor 1 year 11 months ago
Will this work with a lonestar swingarm having a hard time finding new hardware even look at lonestar and they have nothing?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 10 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
If the Lonestar Swingarm uses the same bearings and collars as the OEM swingarm this kit would work. I cannot find anything that confirms this is the case and I would need to know what specific ATV the swingarm is on to find that information out. I would say your best bet may be contacting Lonestar directly to see if they sell a replacement bearing kit for their swingarms.
addisongeiger 2 years 10 months ago Location: Massachusetts, USA
Is it right for my CRF150r?
My bearings blew and i too everything out of the hub. Is this what i need to fix it or do i need the other ALL BALLS REAR BEARING KIT?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
You would need a rear wheel bearing kit. This is for the swingarm where it pivots near the frame.
BillyJM 2 years 11 months ago
Install All Balls Swingarm Bearing Kit?
Hello! I have recently purchased an 85 BigRed with no bearings currently in the Swingarm - I am curious as to how to install this kit?! Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks, Billy J Nova Scotia, Canada
MotoSport Staff
2 years 11 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA

First thing we would suggest is to check out the OEM parts diagram to make sure you aren't missing any other parts. Installation is pretty straightforward with pressing in the bearings/collars in the correct order. Make sure everything is greased and cleaned upon installing. Use the diagram as reference here:
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