Such a big fan of the d2moto chain and sprocket kit. That saved me $150 or so compared to other vendors. Same for the brakes, big savings for
someone on a tight budget. Those Organic brake pads rock for a commuter bike, should have done that a long time ago!!! I think the brake
"feel" is unbelievable.
This seal and bearing kit does not have the same savings, so I really only bought it because I like the other products.
First time doing my own bearings. Very easy, especially after watching a few YOUTUBE videos.
Make sure you have snap ring pliers, a long punch and hammer, a support for the wheel (tall wood foot stools worked fine), and a large socket or
So everything installed easily, but one of the seals seemed to be not as snug in the wheel as the other. I'll keep an eye on that. Bearings seemed
to be of good quality compared to the stock bearings.
When it comes time to do my Speed Triple though, I'll fork out the extra $8 for the ALLBALLS.