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    Replacement Stem Bearings

    Obviously not the quality and strength of AllBallz but the price is sure cheap enough. The fact that they're caged is VERY nice.

    Has anyone tried this type of replacement yet? What'd you think of them??

    I ordered a set on a whim and might make a little review of them when they arrive.

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    Wow. How on earth did you manage to break them?
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    Wow. How on earth did you manage to break them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by glamy View Post
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    I've used All Balls bearings in multiple applications and never had a problem
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    I don’t like using All Balls, or other no name bearings for crank shafts if they don’t have a known brand name on them, but everything else is a go on my stuff.

    Those individual ball and grove style bearings aren’t fit for use in a bicycle stem in my opinion. Maybe it’s because I suck at wheelies, but mine always end up flat spotted and dimpled. Not a big deal on an ATV but 100+ mph tank slappers on a bike are another thing. Tappered rollers rule.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Camexican View Post
    I don’t like using All Balls, or other no name bearings for crank shafts if they don’t have a known brand name on them, but everything else is a go on my stuff.

    Those individual ball and grove style bearings aren’t fit for use in a bicycle stem in my opinion. Maybe it’s because I suck at wheelies, but mine always end up flat spotted and dimpled. Not a big deal on an ATV but 100+ mph tank slappers on a bike are another thing. Tappered rollers rule.
    I agree. I typically use Timken or another brand name, USA made if I can find 'em.

    When I'm out in the woods sometimes it's harder to find my bearings. *cough cough*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scootertrash View Post
    I agree. I typically use Timken or another brand name, USA made if I can find 'em.

    When I'm out in the woods sometimes it's harder to find my bearings. *cough cough*
    KOYO is the name I see the most on ball bearings when I open OEM boxs, but I’m not scared of any others as long as I’ve heard of them before. The ones with no name are almost certainly Chinese and you can feel the looseness and roughness in them when you remove the grease and spin some of them. It’s like they use shotgun pellets for the balls.
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