Moose Swingarm Bearing Kit

Moose Swingarm Bearing Kit
Moose Swingarm Bearing Kit

$29.95 - $72.95

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Item #MOA00AB

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jviolet7
Lima, oh
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 4/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Great product

Bearings were all perfect matches to the stock and went in easily. I had never replaced bearings before so i watched a few clips on youtube about it and had no troubles. As far as the bearing quality, they seem great and also were the cheapest. Will definitely buy again for my other bikes!!

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Rotoe31
Location: Washington, PA
Q: Do these bearings have to be pressed in or just inserted by hand?
Over 3 years ago
Have a Raptor 250 and I am a novice at repairs. Is this the bearing kit for where the rear axle goes through the swing arm?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This will be for the front of the swing arm where it attaches to the frame. The bearings will need to be pressed in. If you need the bearings at the rear of the swing arm where the axle slides through you will want to purchase a rear wheel bearing kit. These also need to be pressed into the carrier when replacing them.
Zeus
Over 8 months ago Location: Texas, USA
A: Most bearings will have to be pressed in. It is not as hard as it sounds and a "press" is NOT required, though it would simplify the project. A one foot piece of 3/8 inch all thread (found at the local hardware store) 2 nuts and some strong washers will greatly help. Look on You Tube for the procedure.
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