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    murray track 2 fork bearings

    Hi all.... I am in search of some bearings for the upper and lower part of the forks.....murray part # 750755
    anyone have some...... or a link to the correct size bearings ?

    thanks

    Freddy

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    Any help would be greatly appreciated

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    Go to a bicycle shop !

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    Quote Originally Posted by chipper View Post
    Go to a bicycle shop !
    that is correct! It is a common bicycle part

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    Ni bike shop near me has anything like them... Any other ideas?

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    @cdragonm
    You don't have to use a caged bearing. Go to the hardware store and buy loose ball bearings. It will take more balls without the cage. Use heavy grease to hold them in place while assembling. Measure the balls to get the correct size

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarPlayLB View Post
    Measure the balls to get the correct size

 

 

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