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Re: Bearing question

Post by Hopes Dad on Sat Jun 08, 2013 11:32 pm

Robert_G wrote:Small update. I just looked at the bearings that came in my all balls swing arm kit and they are the same hk bearings that are being sold on ebay for 2.19 each. I just paid nearly £43 for the all balls kit too and could of bought everything required for less than £20 if I had bothered to check the sizes and order them seperately as I'm doing now.

Did the ebay bearings come with the inners?

If they didn't, that could be why they are so cheap, you only get the outer race, where the all balls come with the inner bush.

It may have cost a bit more, but at least you can fit, grease and forget now.
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Re: Bearing question

Post by Mogs on Sun Jun 09, 2013 10:27 am

Always use aftermarket bearings, never had any problems. Save a fortune.

What tool did you use to tap the old ones out ???
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Re: Bearing question

Post by Robert_G on Mon Jun 10, 2013 6:45 pm

Mogs wrote:Always use aftermarket bearings, never had any problems. Save a fortune.

What tool did you use to tap the old ones out ???

I used a 1 ton record vice and a couple of sockets. Came out easily after the initial crack to free them up.

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Re: Bearing question

Post by Robert_G on Mon Jun 10, 2013 6:51 pm

Hopes Dad wrote:
Robert_G wrote:Small update. I just looked at the bearings that came in my all balls swing arm kit and they are the same hk bearings that are being sold on ebay for 2.19 each. I just paid nearly £43 for the all balls kit too and could of bought everything required for less than £20 if I had bothered to check the sizes and order them seperately as I'm doing now.

Did the ebay bearings come with the inners?

If they didn't, that could be why they are so cheap, you only get the outer race, where the all balls come with the inner bush.

It may have cost a bit more, but at least you can fit, grease and forget now.

No mate, no sleeve with them. Bought the sleeve in a separate auction for £5. I've paid just under £15 in total for the bearings, sleeve and seals.

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Re: Bearing question

Post by Hopes Dad on Mon Jun 10, 2013 9:28 pm

That's a bargain.

Get a good quality water proof grease in them, should last for ages.
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