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I'm replacing the front stock shocks with works dual rates do I need to replace the bearing and sleeves or will the stock bearings and sleeve work? The used works came with no hardware

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The steering stem bearings and mounts should be okay as is. Before you buy, be sure the new forks are the same diameter as the old forks. Also check the overall length of the forks. The length should be the same on both sets of forks.

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