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Works the same as stock more ore less just depends on how much crap you ride in. the more mud and silt the faster they will wear cause the water gets in past seals sooner or later and will wear them out.
 

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I use a dental pick to take out the rubber seals and put more grease in there. It helps the bearings last longer regardless of what brand I use. I have the alls balls, Ive got a few gncc's on them and some mx practice days and they seem to be holding up fine.
 
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If you have a grease zerk in the center of your carrier, you can pull the first three seals ( starting from center) and leave the last seal in ( outermost). The grease will push through the first bearing and stop at the outer seal. If you keep it greased it should help seal out water too.
 

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Man never had good luck w all balls bearings or tie rod ends
They never last id stick w oem or pivotworks!
 

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I usually prefer oem as well... but at $35 per bearing x4 I can change the allsball 3 times.
 
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