Designed To Perform Well Under Pressure
Give your favorite mountain bike an upgrade that will actually make a difference. From the first moment you fit your Enduro MAX Cartridge Bearing, you'll notice a significant improvement in your rides. Specifically made for suspension pivots, state-of-the-art Almagard grease refuses to get pushed out of place by extreme loads of a suspension bearing pivot or headset bearing.
With 35% to 40% more load capacity than your average radial bearings, the MAX's are exceptionally durable and stable. Thanks to tough stainless steel construction and pressure-resistant Almagard grease these bearings were perfected to survive in intense environments. Deep race grooves provide superior lateral support and LLU seals retain 90% of the grease used to fill these bearings and protect them from harmful contact to dirt, sweat, and dust.
Take your next suspension rebuild up a notch with the Enduro MAX Sealed Cartridge Bearing for a ride unlike any other. With features like a double row of steel balls in place of two bearings and a dual lip to keep them in place, grease is kept in while contaminants are pushed out, so you can ride on with ease.
Enduro LLU type seals deliver increased sealing pressure
Almagard 3752 grease for ultimate high pressure applications
52100 high carbon chromium alloy races for strength, durability, and corrosion resistance
Dual lip, grooved, silicone dust seal to keep grease in and contaminants out
Ball path ground to a mirror finish for super smooth rolling
Double row steel balls takes place of two bearings
6001 2RS MAX – 12mm Internal Diameter / 28mm Outer Diameter / 8mm Thickness
6801 LLU MAX – 15mm Internal Diameter / 24mm Outer Diameter / 5mm Thickness
6903 2RS MAX – 17mm Internal Diameter / 30mm Outer Diameter / 7mm Thickness
6900 LLU MAX – 10mm Internal Diameter / 22mm Outer Diameter / 6mm Thickness
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