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Does anyone know if there is a tool made to grease wheel bearings on a brute force 750? I just replaced my bearings with Kawasaki bearings last year (200 miles or so ago), didnt notice any play then. I replaced my rear knuckle bushings and when I put everything back together I noticed it. It's a very small amount of play in both rear wheels. Just checking to see if that tool is out there, and if that play is normal. Thanks!
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Does anyone know if there is a tool made to grease wheel bearings on a brute force 750? I just replaced my bearings with Kawasaki bearings last year (200 miles or so ago), didnt notice any play then. I replaced my rear knuckle bushings and when I put everything back together I noticed it. It's a very small amount of play in both rear wheels. Just checking to see if that tool is out there, and if that play is normal. Thanks!
First, play isn't normal and if they were OEM bearings you paid almost 60 bucks each for them and should last a very long time...I would be pissed as they are the best you can get so I would be talking to them about replacements. Second, yes, there are greasers for the Brutes. Here's one of many:


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Does anyone know if there is a tool made to grease wheel bearings on a brute force 750? I just replaced my bearings with Kawasaki bearings last year (200 miles or so ago), didnt notice any play then. I replaced my rear knuckle bushings and when I put everything back together I noticed it. It's a very small amount of play in both rear wheels. Just checking to see if that tool is out there, and if that play is normal. Thanks!
First, play isn't normal and if they were OEM bearings you paid almost 60 bucks each for them and should last a very long time...I would be pissed as they are the best you can get so I would be talking to them about replacements. Second, yes, there are greasers for the Brutes. Here's one of many:


https://www.ebay.com/i/283453174808?...iABEgIT8vD_BwE
Yes I am pretty pissed, but I ordered them new off of ebay so there's nothing I can do about that I'm sure. I'm hoping I can get a greasing tool and pack them and hope for the best. If not I'll be replacing them again I guess. Thanks for your help!
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