I like it bro looks good! Mine were getting. Pretty beat up too, went with Truck bedliner, not that satin look but is holding up pretty good.
Right on man good job, thanks!Hello guys, I just want to tell you I replaced the bearing, the seals and also the upper steering steam bushing and o-rings. I re-tight to factory torque spects my precision elite stabilizer and man, it made a really big difference!! I cant stress enough how much steering hits and moves I had on my handle bar EVEN with the precision elite stabilizer (set pretty hard also) when the bearing was bad. Now the stabilizer make a great job, the ridding experience changed about 100%.
In case any of you are wondering it its a hard job to replace thoose things, I can said it is not if you have the right tools. I dont have impact driver so a long force handle to loosen the nuts worked for me. The images have the part numbers so It will be easy and precise order for anybody. In case you dont already know, a great tip is: To take out the big retairer nut for the bearing I just put 2 whashers inside the nut and then I put a 30mm nut upon it, so I can fit a 30mm socket to make it loose and out. Not special and expensive tools needed at all!
In case you have a similar problem in the bearings or seals, and you are hesitating to do the job, just do it! You will enjoy it and see that it was worth every minute invested in the work.
Hope this helps someone, regards!