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Old 06-06-2012, 03:24 PM   #41
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When you have time, unbolt the UCA from the spindle. Manipulate the uniball through it's full range of misalignment and use a clean cloth to wipe off the grease. Do not use solvent as it could be bad for the PTFE liner.
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Old 07-03-2012, 12:44 AM   #42
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@KenLyns

Hi, i'm not in need now but for future reference and while this thread is still fresh I just want to pick your brain. That's good info on the Kamatics PN KR16-CN 1" uni-balls and just want to know all you know about them. I have a set of DownSouth Motorsports Desert Products boxed UCA's with 1" uni-balls; are you saying that the "PN KR16-CN" are for sure what I need/what fits all the aftermarket UCA's?

Also, I'm in Alberta, Canada so winter roads mean salt and all that good stuff, are these all stainless steel? I believe some of the uni-balls out there are chrome lined or something and are prone to pitting.

And I guess while I have your attention,lol, I might as well ask if you know what 1 of these, or a set of these is approximately worth?

Thanks for your time, Steve



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And if you want the absolute best uniball bearings, look up Kamatics PN KR16-CN (1.00") or KR20-CN (1.25"). They replace the teflon-impregnated cloth liner with an injected polymer liner.
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This is what I'd be using, personally.




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