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Proglide Coatings Micro Sprint Rear Bearing, Double
Proglide Coatings Micro Sprint Rear Bearing, Double

Proglide Coatings Micro Sprint Rear Bearing, Double

3.15" Outside Diameter, 1.96" Inside Diameter

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Proglide Coatings Micro Sprint Rear Bearing, Double
Proglide Coatings Micro Sprint Rear Bearing, Double
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Outside Diameter:
3.15"
Inside Diameter:
1.96"
MFG. Part #:
PG-D6010
Notes:
For rear birdcages and brake carrier
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This Proglide sealed rear bearing will work with most Micro hubs. With Proglide's new coating process, they are able to coat the bearing and get rid of any microscopic imperfections. Proglide fills those imperfections and will last the life of the part and double the life of the bearing. 

  • 1.96 inch inner diameter
  • 3.15 inch outer diameter
  • Steel construction
  • Sold Individually
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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