I feel better now that I know i'm not the only one! Had to replace right front last wensday. Wasn't too bad once I figured it out, didn't even take the knuckle off the bike. Checked my left side and it has a little play so it won't be much longer on it.
i just yesterday replaced mine as well.. i replaced the left front last year and didnt do the right...now i had to do both...i used the all balls brand sealed bearing the first time and it was in a whole lot better shape than the stock one..i used the sealed bearings from Moose this time..they looked exactly like the ones from All Balls...but they had to be done so i did it..
well get this i broke my left cv joint so i took it to a shop that i know a guy so he was goin to fix it cheap and get me a good deal on a axle and so they replaced it come it find it was a foreman 450 axle and it fix so i didn't think anything of it well we where riding at mud nationals and me and foreman450rider where goin get some ice when he said dude your tires i wobbling i and said i think its me bearing so i was goin to the machanie and i was goin up a hill and the tire fell off it came off so come to find out they didn't put a cottur pin in so put it back on and so i took it easy the rest of the time and when i got home i had forgot about it so iwent riding in a field behind my house i was goin about 30(luckly last timw is was goin slow and it stoped quick) and it came off again and the front dug in and i fell off the bike so i put it back on got it to the house and now its in the shed and i am getting gorilla axles
i got mine from a local atv shop..you can probably get them from your dealer...you may even get the part number for them and check any local bearing companies in your town.. they should be able to either have them or cross reference them and get ya a set....the ones i bought were by Moose and cost me $29 a side...good luck
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