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How to Maintain Wheels & Bearings on a Track System

How to Maintain Wheels & Bearings on a Track System

Camso track systems are designed to withstand years of rugged outdoor adventures. But over time, the wheels and bearings can get damaged by all sorts of things, like water accumulation, rocks, fallen trees, dirt and mud.

How exactly can you tell if you’ve got a damaged wheel or bearing on your hands? If you’re a DIY-er, all you need is a few tools and our In the Shop video How to Maintain Wheels & Bearings on a Track System. It walks you through the entire process step-by-step in just a few minutes.

Ready to get started? Watch our IN THE SHOP video for step-by-step instructions.

Maintenance steps covered in the video

The video starts with something we should all be doing after every ride: visually inspecting the track system. See which signs indicate if a wheel simply needs maintenance or needs replacing. Sometimes the entire wheel assembly has to be replaced. The video covers that, too.

Need a replacement wheel for your track system? Find the right Camso wheels for your tracks model.

The video then shows how to remove a wheel for maintenance or replacement, along with the tools needed.

Some wheels are bolted-on and have to be removed with a wrench. Others are popped on and can only be removed with a wheel puller tool. The video shows how to remove both ways.

Now that you’ve got the wheel off, it’s time to either maintain or replace it. The video shows how to do both. It also shows how to replace just the damaged or worn wheel bearings on a track system.

Some wheels have replaceable bearings. If the rest of the wheel assembly is still in good condition, you can save money by just ordering replacement bearings.

By the end of the video, you’ll know how to inspect, maintain and replace the wheels and bearings on your Camso track system. Now you can make your adventures longer on your tracked side-by-side or all-terrain vehicle.

Don’t forget to check out our other IN THE SHOP videos and stay tuned for more to come!

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