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Not sure what size or tool needed.Is the front different than rear? Can't seem to find a tool specific for the Teryx.I have a 2017 Teryx 800 LE. Make and part numbers would be helpful. Thanks Gary
 

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I just did mine. I borrowed the tool from a friend who works on a lot of bikes. He had two sizes and the Teryx took the bigger one. Unfortunately I don't remember the size, but I think he said it was the same one he uses for Polaris, which I think was 44mm? Wish I could tell you more, sorry.
 

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I just did mine. I borrowed the tool from a friend who works on a lot of bikes. He had two sizes and the Teryx took the bigger one. Unfortunately I don't remember the size, but I think he said it was the same one he uses for Polaris, which I think was 44mm? Wish I could tell you more, sorry.
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Brute performance has the tool. If i remember correctly the front and rear are different sizes and their tool is reversable and fits both sizes.

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Brute performance has the tool. If i remember correctly the front and rear are different sizes and their tool is reversable and fits both sizes.

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Can you link to that? Because I can't find it.
 

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Can you link to that? Because I can't find it.
Well, I can't find it now either. When I bought my bearings it gave me an option to buy the tool with them. They must not have them anymore. Sorry bout that.

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Well, looks like MI in no longer in business, if anyone know what size I may try a off makers greaser tool from Ebay. Man how does Kawasaki grease the Wheels?
 

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Good question. I guess you just replace the bearing. So far, I've had one bearing fail and that was around 3500 miles. I think a "lifetime" replacement was around $50 for a pair. They are a bit of a pain to install though
 

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Not sure what size or tool needed.Is the front different than rear? Can't seem to find a tool specific for the Teryx.I have a 2017 Teryx 800 LE. Make and part numbers would be helpful. Thanks Gary
I'm helping my friend replace all four bearings on his Rzr Highlifter right now. The front on it takes the 40mm and the rear takes the 44mm tool. Not sure if the Teryx is the same.
 

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So its the same as the Can-Am then?
 
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