All Balls Steering Bearing Kit

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All Balls Steering Bearing Kit
All Balls Steering Bearing Kit
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The All Balls Steering Bearing Kit is designed to replace worn out steering components to regain lost - or improve stock - steering performance.

  • Comes with upper and lower bearings with races and lower seal.
  • Direct replacement for O.E.M. tapered bearings - upgrade for ball style bearings.
  • Most kits come with tapered roller bearings.
  • A performance upgrade for stock bikes that use loose ball bearings.
  • Note: Kit contents will vary by fitment and are subject to change.
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser MotoSport Staff Expert
Location: ooot
ooot
Better than balls

Replaced the loose ball bearings with this tapered set on a '99 Ninja 250. Didn't correct the wobble on deceleration I was experiencing (the original bearings were fine - it was rear wheel alignment), but the steering is still smooth and easy. A huge benefit to a tapered bearing over a set of loose balls is durability, and the fact that removing your triple doesn't set 40 little bearings bouncing and rolling all over the place when you remove it. Installation can be intimidating on your first time - if you're driving the races in or removing them with a hammer and drift just be sure you stay square and don't be shy. A huge bolt, nut and some large washers make a decent tool to press the included bearing races into the steering stem. A pipe works well to drive the lower bearing onto the triple, just remember to put the included seal on first.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
tech34
All balls kits - great performance improvement

Taper bearings way to go,if your bike has round bearings. Improve steering and feels solid, more area contact with taper bearings . Used taper bearing for my other bikes.Motosport customer service, #1

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Jamestown, TN 38556, USA
ShopOwner
Great Product

Works great

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: California
Maddawg
YeeHa!!!!!

Seriously the single best mod I've done to the Lil Blue Donkey,Much more precise steering with almost zero, nip, nada drag.....

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Mobile, AL, USA
2WHLZPLZ
All Balls Steering Bearing Kit

Solid, smooth feeling bearings. Removed all slack and play from my steering.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Motoman
Works good.

I installed this on my raptor and it was a direct fit with no issues. My steering is much tighter now.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
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Location: Glenwood Springs, CO 81601, USA
Neal
Nice bearing kit

These bearing are a nice option for someone looking to save a little money over OEM. Everything fits perfectly, however the top dust seal washer is smaller than OEM, and doesnt quite cover the entire steering column, so I jut reused the OEM seal. Other than that the bearings feel super smooth.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Minnesota, USA
Yamaharider22
All Balls steering stem bearings

I have bought several of these kits for whenever I change a steering stem on my yfz450's. They seem to take abuse and last a long time.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Matt
Great bearings!

Best steering stem bearings I have yet to install!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
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Location: Modesto, CA, USA
ama957
Great product! have used all balls before.

have been installed and have had no issues.they actually had a extra seal which should really help keeping out dirt and water.

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Nate Location: Cleburne, TX, USA
Conor Location: Newark, DE
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Chops Over 6 months ago
Wondering what all cause with the kit?
I have 2003 yamaha roadstar 1600 silverado limited I did the shop for my bike but mine not listed in the fit ment guide And I need everything in the picture
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 months ago
MotoSportExpert
The All Balls Steering Bearing Kit (22-1004) for your 2003 Yamaha Roadstar 1600 would include 1 upper bearing and seal and 1 lower bearing and seal. Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order. http://www.motosport.com/all-balls-steering-bearing-kit?mmy=yamaha;xv1600ale;2003
Gravel Over 8 months ago Location: Australia
Just purchased all balls stem bearing kit, bearing are same but the seals are totally different kit #22-1031?
My bike is a vn1600 classic 2004 model
Top 1 Contributor
Over 8 months ago
MotoSportExpert
The All Balls kit 22-1031 fits a multitude of bikes: Steering Brg - Seal Kit Kawasaki VN1500 Classic 05-08, VN1500G 99-01, VN1500J 99-00, VN1500L 00-04, VN1500N 00-02, VN1500P 02-03, VN1500R 01-05, VN1600 Classic 03-08, VN1600 Mean Streak 04-08, VN1600 Nomad 05-08, VN2000 04-05, VN2000 A & F 06-10, VN2000 Limited 05, ZX1100D Ninja ZX11 93-01, ZX750 (Ninja) ZX7 91-95, ZX750 (Ninja) ZX7R 91-03, ZX750 (Ninja) ZX7RR 96-97, ZX900 Ninja ZX9R 94-99, Suzuki VZ1600 04-05 I would run your vin to make sure you have the correct bike selected for this kit first. Also all products sold are for US MODELS ONLY!
chris 1 year 4 months ago Location: Florida, USA
1999 kawi kx 80 steering stem bearing with a pro circuit triple clamp?
will your bearing kit fit on this set up , clamps are upper and lower with the stem ? thanx, chris
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Over 10 months ago
MotoSportExpert
All Balls Steering Bearing Kit are designed as OEM replacement bearings. If the Pro Circuit Clamps use the stock bearings, than these would also fit.
4 months 26 days ago Location: Jamestown, TN 38556, USA
ShopOwner
Yes they will fit with aftermarket triple clamps. I have aftermarket Triple clamps on all my bikes, never been a problem.
Nate 1 year 6 months ago Location: Cleburne, TX, USA
What is the part number for these bearings?
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
The All-Balls Part number for the kit for your 2007 Yamaha FZ6 would be 22-1004. The actual bearings would have the same bearing size number as the OEM bearing in your bikes steering head.
Conor 1 year 8 months ago Location: Newark, DE
Which is the top and which is the bottom?
My kit came with two bearings, one is 99-3519-01 and the other is 99-3523. Which is the lower and which is the upper?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
I contacted All Balls on this question and this is what I found out: "99-3523 is the bottom bearing and 99-3519 is the top bearing" Kevin - All Balls Racing
Proshot 2 years 3 months ago Location: Luskville
My steering seems like it has a flat spot when I turn it jams, would you think that the bearings are the issue? what's the difference with steer stem?
not sure if I need steering stem bearings or steering bearings? thank you.
2 years 3 months ago Location: MI
Rocko
1st. Check your cable routing, I have seen the throttle cable and clutch or even the break line catch on say a coil pack or a steering stopper block, front fender, ext...... 2nd if you have not greased the steering stem bearings with a good synthetic or water proof Greece ever, (most people don't ) then yes bearings and cups could be smoked. Take bars and Triple clamps off and check it out. Also I have seen replacement fenders hit the frame and give you a false bad baring feel. Good luck:)
MotoSport Staff
2 years 3 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
All the answers from Rocko below are very good things to check. If the bars are sticking at full turn when they hit the steering stops, the stops might have worn a groove in your frame that they are hanging up on. Otherwise i would check your cable routing and if everything there looks good I would go ahead and install a new set of steering stem bearings. The easiest way to determine if you need the bearings for sure is to remove the front wheel and forks and turn the bars back and forth. If there is a lot of resistance present or a notchy feeling then you for sure need new bearings.
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