Converting to a Dual Bearing Chain Roller!

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  1. 79 bronco

    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    Im converting to a Dual Bearing Chain Roller. like this>>> Chain Roller YFZ 450 Raptor 700 YFM 700 YTZ 250 34mm CR02 34 | eBay

    Stock on left, Dual Bearing on right.
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    My weapons of choice to do the job.
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    Stock rollers.
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    The roller is off and this is the shaft that has to be removed.
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    Most of it is removed.
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    Im using a 1/2 flat washer and sanding the shaft flat until i hit the washer.
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    The new Dual Bearing Chain Roller.
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    Use the nut to lock it in good.
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    The bottom roller shaft was not in good shape.
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    Nice visuals Doug, exactly how i do them.
    have some greens, and a sticky
    this needed documented !
     
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    well thats similar to how i did mine.... might take some tips from urs and go change mine alitttle bit....
     
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    Nice work dude. Did the same thing on my Yamaha warrior when I had it. Might do it on my blaster as the lower one has started to wear.
     
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    My quad didn't come with the stock rollers on it, just the pegs on the frame. I'd like to convert to the ball bearing rollers like you've done. Do I just need to make sure it's a 34mm roller? Can someone point me to a roller that will work for me? Thanks!
     
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    Chain rollers finished.

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