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Old 08-14-2013, 01:55 PM   #8286
clintnz
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Originally Posted by Nokmuay View Post
hey guys... My bikes in the shop, for valve adjustment, leak down , cam chain and rollers. I asked him to do the follower bearings and he said its the same thing as rollers. I read that the follower bearing are something to do around my mileage (36K kms) and wanna make sure they are getting done. Can anyone confirm or deny if the rollers are in fact the same thing as the follower bearings? Thanks
The cam follower roller bearings on the rockers are indeed the ones you need to do.

Why the camchain? I got one to go in at 50K km when doing my follower bearings, as some bikes do wear them out, but it seems the LC4 one is a pretty durable part as the old one had no discernable wear, that replacement one had no wear 45K km later either.

I would put in new cam bearings too as they are common sizes & quite cheap, also rebuild the water pump. Then you should be set for another 40K km of fun at least.

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