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Are you getting front end wobbles?, Is there an indentation feeling in the center point when turning your handlebars from left to right? Are your steering stem bearings worn out?
Improve handling by installing famous All Balls tapered steering bearings. All Balls is exactly what you need to create better handling beyond what factory bearings can offer.
These are a direct replacement for the stock steering stem bearings. Far outlast stock bearings and work better than stock OEM bearings. We highly recommend upgrading your stock fork springs to the Progressive Fork Springs which offer far better dampening than the softer stock fork springs.
You can easily do this at the same time as replacing your steering stem bearings with these performance All Balls stem bearings. Kit includes upper and lower tapered bearings, cones and seals.
Whether needing to replace worn out bearings or not, upgrading to All Balls is the best way to increase handing and stability besides installing a fork brace and Progressive Fork Springs. Ask anyone who has installed these along with a fork brace and springs, it makes an amazing difference..
Just recently had my front fork seals fail on my Goldwing at about 70k miles. Since replacement of those seals involved breaking down the front end I figured with all the positive reviews of the All Balls Steering Bearings, why not add them to my bike since my mechanic was going to be halfway there anyway. So I replaced the bearings with these babies (along with the Progressive Monotube Forks) and the handling of my motorcycle improved immensely. The front end was much tighter and responsive. Road bumps and hiccups were dampened and gone was the infamous 40 mph Goldwing wobble. My mechanic also informed me that the quality of these bearings was far superior to the stock Honda part. Which brings me to ask, how much did Honda pay for their part since these are so inexpensive? Definitely recommend these.
I bought the bearing kit a year ago and never put in in until now, why did I wait what a difference it made. It was a bit of a job but since I was changing my air filter and tires it made sense to do it at this time. The advise I would like to pass on is buy a spanner socket and make sure you torque the steering stem nut as out lined in the manual.
I had these installed at the same time I put in monotubes. It's a bit more work but definitely a savings to get both down together. I'm sure glad I ran into them on the various forums and here, as I'd hate to have a new suspension with the same old wobble. I can't imagine NOT getting this done if you're doing any significant front end work. The front end now tracks rock solid. Awesome.
And we can't wait to show you how it's done!
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