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I have a set of 2012 Apache 360 Tracks and a lot of the wheel bearings are gone in the 144mm wheels. To replace the bearings you have to replace the entire wheel and that runs upwards of $70/wheel. Did anyone come up with a cheaper solution or find an aftermarket wheel that is reasonably priced?

The part number I am referring is: 715001605

Please help & thank you in advance!
 

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I have a set of 2012 Apache 360 Tracks and a lot of the wheel bearings are gone in the 144mm wheels. To replace the bearings you have to replace the entire wheel and that runs upwards of $70/wheel. Did anyone come up with a cheaper solution or find an aftermarket wheel that is reasonably priced?

The part number I am referring is: 715001605

Please help & thank you in advance!
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We found a way to use a hole saw and a dremel grinder wheel to replace the Camso wheel bearings. We can then replace the bearing and hold it in with a C clip like the 2009 Camso wheels did. Takes a lot of time but it works.
 

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Hey all, did anyone else find an aftermarket wheel or another solution?
 
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