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If you looked at the Intense Enduro 7001 bearing during your search for the right bike part, you may have seen that starting in 2009 Intense equipped all of their frames with grease ports and Enduro 7001 angular contact bearings in the lower linkage. The 7001 bearings had a significantly improved lifespan over previous, and are very easy to maintain.
However, in late 2011 Intense switched to a new lower linkage with different bearings - these Enduro Max 7902. If you are not sure which bearings you have / need to service your frame, then please contact us.
If your Intense frame is one of the ones listed below and uses the cup & cone style main pivot bolts these 7902 bearings are for you.
Intense Carbine 29
Intense Carbine 275
Intense Carbine SL
Intense M9 FRO (with updated lower box link)
Intense Primer 29
Intense Spider 2
Intense Spider 275
Intense Spider 29C
Intense Spider 29
Intense Tazer VP
Intense Tracer 2
Intense Tracer 29
Intense Tracer 275 Alloy
Intense Tracer T275 Carbon
Intense Tracer 2nd generation carbon (introduced in 2017 as part of the 2018 range)
Intense Uzzi VP
Intense Uzzi 275 - introduced in 2016
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