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    Looking for someone that can replace front wheel bearings on Ď08 Stallion. TMS gave the name of 2 places, one in Fort Worth and the other in Indiana. Iím in Georgia. Thanks for any info.

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    I have a seal leaking on mine. Everything was replaced not too long ago, so I'm only having the seals replaced. I originally purchased the bearings and seals from a local bearing, belt and chain shop here. If your doing everything on yours, make sure you get good ones. I think everything was over $400.00 when I purchased them. If you're mechanically inclined, you can do it. There are instructions on this form. I'm using a local shop that works on custom cars do it this time. It goes in on Friday. Rick
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    I tried removing wheel myself as I and my son do most mechanical work on our vehicles and prior bikes. I could not get the bolts on the swing arm loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jballew View Post
    I tried removing wheel myself as I and my son do most mechanical work on our vehicles and prior bikes. I could not get the bolts on the swing arm loose.
    Check out R & R Trikes in Jasper Ga north of Atlanta. They used to be a Stallion Dealer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jballew View Post
    I tried removing wheel myself as I and my son do most mechanical work on our vehicles and prior bikes. I could not get the bolts on the swing arm loose.
    I have removed the front wheel a few times for different reasons. No need to remove the swing arm bolts. You will need to remove the lower shock attachment bolt to rotate the caliper around to remove it and the axle bolt. If you have an owner's manual, it details the steps to remove the front wheel. Hope this helps.

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    R & R no longer has a technician to work on the Stallion, thatís where I bought it. Guess Iím taking a road trip. Thanks for the responses.

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