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    Help Finding Frame Bearing Kit

    I have a 2009 Mongoose Boot'r that is my GF's and I found the lower linkage a little loose, so decided to take the screws out and lock tight to ensure it's not going to come apart.

    Well, I found the bearings are shot. I am going to email Mongoose, but is there anyway to buy a kit for the bike? Does anyone have the bearing sizes, so I can order them and build a kit. I would like to change them annually; as we race in the mud a lot. Any help would be awesome.
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    Calvin

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    You should be able to read on the side of the bearing the model number/ID of the bearing. You can order replacement bearings here:

    http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id169.html

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    Thanks for the response. Yea, I tore apart the front hub on same bike and nothing on them. Hopefully the frame bearings have numbers.
    Big thing is; I was trying to get them all together before I started to tear down the bike, but I might have to go this route if no one has the listing.

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    Look at the seals on the bearings, they'll most likely have a 4 digit number on them, usually starting with the number 6. Once you have that, you can order bearings from http://www.mcmaster.com.

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    Thanks for advice to all. I actually talked with my local shop and they said they would do the work and use Enduro's for a really good deal. I am just going to do my part and support my shop who orders all my parts.

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    I've put Enduros in my bikes, and so far I'm happy with them. So you get to support Enduro and your LBS in one move. Cool.

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