For riders experiencing wobbly drive shafts, vibrating prop shafts, or noisey propeller shafts, a replacement Honda Pioneer carrier bearing might be in order. Depending on your vehicle model and year, there might be a Honda Pioneer carrier bearing recall issued to replace bad factory carrier bearings. Alternatively, you might simply need a one-piece or two-piece Honda Pioneer carrier bearing replacement that is greaseable so that it lasts longer before wearing out due to heat, friction, and abrasion. But to add grease to your greasable Honda Pioneer carrier bearing, you’ll need a Honda Pioneer carrier bearing greaser / UTV grease tool. Be it Honda Pioneer 1000 carrier bearings, Honda Pioneer 700 carrier bearings, or Honda Pioneer 500 carrier bearings, it can all be found at incredibly low prices here at Everything Honda Offroad!
Honda Pioneer carrier bearing noises can be annoying for sure, but this is nothing compared to the damage that an unbalanced and unsecured drive shaft can cause. As such, it’s important to not only have a fully-functional carrier bearing installed in your rig, but also the right size and style of carrier bearing. Many riders like to run billet aluminum carrier bearings, while others prefer the cushioning that isolated rubber carrier bearings provide. In some instances, you’ll need a new carrier bearing housing. In other cases, though, you might only require a Honda Pioneer carrier bearing rebuild kit like the ones by SuperATV. Regardless of your requirements and needs, the perfect carrier bearing for you and your Honda Pioneer is ready and waiting for you to place an order at Everything Honda Offroad!