I would agree. I know that is easy for us to say because its not are money. If you do it now you wouldnt have to do it for a few years, or more in some cases!If you're going through the trouble to split the cases and disassemble the whole motor, just replace all the bearings and seals in the entire bottom end. It would suck to tear it down for crank bearings and seals, just to lose a mainshaft or countershaft bearing 3 months later. JMHO...
You can nail the full bottom end bearing and seal set on eBay, right from these guys:How many bearings would there be to replace if I did all of them? And do you know about how much that would cost?
Yeah, I've done two complete motors with them so far - great quality.Have you used that whole kit they sell? Hows the quality? Or is it worth it to spend the extra 100 bucks on oem parts?
dude area51 opens this tuesday..you need to hurry