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    Enduro Bearings for Superlight

    I heard someone mentioning Enduro Bearings on here recently and decided to look them up. Apparently they are needle bearings that replace the DU bushings in the shock eyelets. Seems like everyone swears by them too.

    Has anyone on here had experiences with them for the Superlight? What differences were noticed when riding the bike?

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    Re: Enduro Bearings for Superlight

    I'm using them on my heckler and change isn't dramatic. There is some improvement, I recognized more controllable and sophisticated rebound. But I have to admit it could be placebo effect as well
    Although SL by it's design does not rotate shock much, it's nice felling that you can tighten bolts without fear that you'll reduce shock movement... hope it helps

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    I think some the value in the enduro kit is longer bearing life than the du bushing.

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