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Front wheel bearing

I hit a tree and bent my left tie rod. I took it off and bent it back, but the wheel still wobbles when riding. I think itís the bearing. Any tips on where to start when replacing it?
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Make sure its not the wheel/rim that's bent. Just swap it with the right to check. If it's the hub bearing, there's usually some front hubs on eBay around $20.

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I hit a tree and bent my left tie rod. I took it off and bent it back, but the wheel still wobbles when riding. I think it’s the bearing. Any tips on where to start when replacing it?
How's your checking of the wheel? My buddy recently installed a new set of shocks from 4Wheelonline on his Yamaha YZF450 and his younger took it for a spin. He hit the gutter hard and bent the tie rod and wheels. He replaced them to eliminate the wobble.

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