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I need some for Jennifers too. I need this same information.
 

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Im thinking about going with pivot works kit from Hondapartsworld.com, there less than 50 bucks for both sides and include seals also. Also thought about reinstalling oem bearings, as i hear bad things about HL's sealed bearings
 

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I've also heard not to waste your money on the HL sealed bearings. I don't
know what is so differant about them that makes them so expensive. I will
probably go with the Pivot Works myself.
 

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I have the HL bearings and I haven't had any problems with them. I ride in the water a lot and I completely destroyed my oem bearing and replaced them with the HL ones. I also used the waterproof grease from HL to grease the bearings and the seals on the drums. That might help more than the actual sealed bearing.
 

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i used AllBalls on both sides once i tore up the OEMs (and half of my left brakes). they've served me well for over 1500 miles of water & mud with only a few thorough tear-down/cleanings. i'm pretty sure they were around $25-30/side from my local shop.
 

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I just purchased the HL ones, I haven't heard anything bad about them. I ordered the 2 bearings and the seal kit for the front for $92 with shipping.
 

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I ordered some for each of ours from atvoutfitters. $50.00 for each atv shipped. Mine aren't bad yet, but since i'm puttin' the disc brakes on, i may
as well change them out. Jennifers on the other hand have seen better days.
 
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