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    Evil following bearings

    Hi all. Well my following is now a year and a half old and in need of a bearing exchange. Does anyone have the bearing id's as I'm trying to source them individually as in the uk they are charging 100 pounds plus for a set and I can't order a set from the USA evil site as they will not ship outside the USA and Canada. Any help will be appreciated

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    There should be a number on the bearing that indicates size.
    https://www.bearingworks.com/bearing-sizes/
    Look here.

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    ^ what he said. On the seal of the bearing there will be a code that includes the dimensions. If you look hard enough you may see it on evil'z site.One thing to note you will only want to use max style bearings with no retainer.
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    The 6 delta link bearings are all DR 1119 MAX

    http://forums.mtbr.com/evil-bikes/de...s-1041614.html

    The main pivot is different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithmck View Post
    Hi all. Well my following is now a year and a half old and in need of a bearing exchange. Does anyone have the bearing id's as I'm trying to source them individually as in the uk they are charging 100 pounds plus for a set and I can't order a set from the USA evil site as they will not ship outside the USA and Canada. Any help will be appreciated
    Contact Chris at RWC. I believe he has a set of high quality replacement bearings for The Following and he'll ship overseas.
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    The bearings you need are 6 pcs DR1119-LLU-MAX-BO and 2 pcs 3802-LLU-MAX.

    in the UK I have ordered individually from mbbearings and wynchbearings but if you are buying the full set it will not work out any cheaper. Both those suppliers sell Enduro bearings.

    Kinetic Bike Bearings do the full kit for 54 including 1st class postage.

    https://www.kineticbikebearings.com/...owing-all.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by nel View Post
    The bearings you need are 6 pcs DR1119-LLU-MAX-BO and 2 pcs 3802-LLU-MAX.

    in the UK I have ordered individually from mbbearings and wynchbearings but if you are buying the full set it will not work out any cheaper. Both those suppliers sell Enduro bearings.

    Kinetic Bike Bearings do the full kit for 54 including 1st class postage.

    https://www.kineticbikebearings.com/...owing-all.html
    Thanks for the info I've ordered a set from kinetic bike bearings very reasonable price when compared to the uk set prices

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    Hi all again. Does anyone know where I can get a DU bushing kit for my shock ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithmck View Post
    Hi all again. Does anyone know where I can get a DU bushing kit for my shock ?
    Not sure where to get DU bushing kits, but you should consider upgrading to needle needle bearings from http://www.enduroforkseals.com. Fantastic upgrade for little cash.

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    Love the look of the RWC bearing tool but has anyone else in the uk used anytting else to get the linkage bearings in / out

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    what's involved with removing/replacing the main pivot bearings? I've got a wreckoning (not the Following) but i assume the process and tools would be similar.

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