00:00 Start/intro
01:09 Accessing bearings/removing bushings
02:32 Grease type & greasing
05:20 Assembly & further suggestions.

Seized swingarm Bolt? Rusted Bearings? Don’t buy bearings again! How to easily maintain dirtbike suspension bearings, wheel bearings & pivot points, such that they’ll last the life of the bike. Maintaining a 2 stroke, 4 stroke, or electric dirtbike or motorcycle can be very easy and cheap to do. This is a basic video showing how to remove the seals and bushings to access the needle bearing on the lower shock mount on a Beta dirt bike & how to properly grease them. It also applies to other brands & covers the other pivots points & suggested maintenance to keep bearings lasting a long, long time & save you a lot of grief and money. The OEM factories apply very little, or no grease to these bearings! Also applies to many ATVs and even snowmobiles as well. Doing this simple, easy, basic maintenance will keep your bearings lasting for many, many years & save you a lot of frustration & money.

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    Waxoyl Vs Competitors Comparison Chart

    Zero Drips, post installationNo hole drilling requiredSelf healsDoesn't crack or peelResilient to sprayLifetime applicationStops existing surface rustStays flexible, intact and protective for yearsSafe on rubber/silicone seals, wiring, etc.Endorsed by most major car manufacturersFully fogs and creeps into body cavities/seams etcEnvirofriendlyCost per year*
    Waxoylicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-check1-green < $100
    Light oils: Krown, Rust Check, etc.icon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-greenicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-greenicon-check1-greenicon-question> $100
    Lanolin based: Fluid film, etc.icon-cross1-redicon-number-2icon-number-3icon-check1-greenicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-greenicon-check1-green> $100
    No-drip oils or 'Grease'icon-number-1icon-cross1-redicon-number-3icon-check1-greenicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-red icon-check1-greenicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-red icon-check1-greenicon-cross1-red> $100
    Asphalticon-check1-greenicon-number-2icon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-greenicon-check1-green icon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-greenicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-green> $100
    Rubberizedicon-check1-greenicon-number-2icon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-greenicon-check1-green icon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-greenicon-cross1-redicon-cross1-redicon-check1-green> $100
    icon-check1-green icon-cross1-redAdvertised as lifetime, but doesn't last in real world service. Significant deterioration after 2-4 years. Allows water/salt in behind, causing major damage.
    icon-number-1May drip a bit, post installation.
    icon-number-2Some installers or applications may require hole drilling.
    icon-number-3Has limited self healing capabilities for a limited period after installation.
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