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    Source for Prophet Pivot Bearing?

    I'm looking to replace the pivot bearings on my Prophet frame. I've had very little luck finding a source for the parts or even info about what choices are out there. Anyone want to impart some knowledge?

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    Enduro Fork Seals has some great products. I got my replacements from them. Here's the link: http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id271.html

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    You can order them from any Cannondale shop. Part number for the two pivot bearings is KB61902.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Centaur172 View Post
    You can order them from any Cannondale shop. Part number for the two pivot bearings is KB61902.
    But oem is of poorer quality and way more expensive....Enduro makes the best bearings IMHO.
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    Any idea of the bearing sizes, so I can just buy some locally? (from a bearing supplier)


    EDIT #1: err I 've just realised it maybe "61902" (6902 2RS) going from the cannondale part number....

    EDIT #2: Yep a quick google search with that bearing code and "c'dale prophet" brings up a bunch of ad's for that sized bearings.


    PS. I'd guess Enduro actually only supply bearings supplied by one of the quality bearing manufacturers (SKF,INA,F.A.G [lol at the swearing filter for picking up ***],etc), rather than make their own...
    Last edited by z1ppy; 06-09-2011 at 12:00 PM.

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    get them from
    http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id271.html

    Look at their MAX version too. I put those in my Rize and have had no issues.
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    Last edited by donngo; 06-28-2011 at 06:24 AM. Reason: wrong bearings, was thinking of rear shock bearings

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