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King Shock Parts - Bearings
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Price: $15.00

Availability: **Unavailable Through 7/2**

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Select Bearing Size

Price is per bearing (each).
2.0 King shocks use 1/2" bearings by default.
2.5 King shocks use 5/8" bearings by default.
King OEM kits use 5/8", 3/4" and 1" bearings.
Measure your existing bearings before ordering.

Note: Parts orders have a $25 minimum. You may need to add additional items to your cart to complete checkout.

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**Unavailable Through 7/2**  

**Read all instructions carefully before ordering bearings.**
**No returns or exchanges on bearings.**

Sold Individually - One Bearing

King Shock Bearings are a commonly replaced part as they rotate back and forth as the shock cycles with the suspension. All King shocks use spherical bearings and misalignment spacers for mounting, and there and many bearing and spacer sizes available. King bearings are Teflon lined for improved wear resistance. Use the drop down menus above to select your bearing size.

To order the correct bearings you will need to measure the inner diameter of the bearing with the misalignment spacers removed and/or the overall outside diameter of the bearing and match it to the corresponding bearing in the table below:

King P/N Series Description ID OD Ball Width Race Width

B1012 COM8 1/2" Bearing 0.500" 1.000" 0.500" 0.390"
B1058 COM10 5/8" Bearing 0.625" 1.1875" 0.625" 0.500"
B1034 COM12 3/4" Bearing 0.750" 1.4375" 0.750" 0.593"
B1010 COM16 1" Bearing 1.000" 1.750" 1.000" 0.797"

Maintenance Tip: To increase the longevity of your bearings, it is recommended to keep them clean and to avoid contact with salt and harsh chemicals. If bearings are exposed to salt or harsh chemicals, we recommend going through a proper car wash or hand washing the shocks and bearings with soap and water. For added performance, lubricate the bearings occasionally with Tri-Flow Teflon Lubricant.

When measuring your bearings to order the correct replacement parts, be sure to use a caliper like this Digital 0-6" Metric/Inch Caliper with Fractions instead of a tape measure for accurate measurements.

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How To Rebuild King Shocks Video

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Helpful Resources
King Shock Rebuild Manual
Shock Valving Guide
Shock Tuning Guide

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5 of 5 Amazing service June 29, 2023
Reviewer: Ronnie from Woodway, TX  
Let me begin with a huge THANK YOU! The service you just provided with explanation on what went on with my order is second to none. I’ve watched a few of the videos y’all have on YouTube which have helped a lot. First time rebuilding shocks on my end. Amazing service and you have a lifetime customer here on out for my shock needs and I will for sure tell others about this kind of service. Just awesome!

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