There are many ways in which you can damage your ZForce carrier bearings. Offroading is the main reason. Apart from that, you can also damage this part if you carry or tow excessive loads on your ZForce. Even upgrades such as bigger tires can damage your ZForce carrier bearing. Though your OEM carrier bearings aren't suitable for offroading or tire upgrades, at Everything CFMoto Offroad, we have aftermarket carrier bearings that'll withstand excessive torque and rough riding conditions.
Driving with a failed carrier bearing is not a good idea. It could lead other components around it to fail. A worn or damaged carrier bearing will make a humming noise which increases in intensity as you increase in speed. You will also notice that vibrations increase as you accelerate as well. Identifying these symptoms early will allow you to get your ZForce carrier bearings replaced on time.
When replacing your ZForce carrier bearing, you should go with a better, stronger aftermarket replacement. But what makes a good carrier bearing? Carrier bearings are crucial in delivering power from your drivetrain to your wheels. So they should fit in with your ZForce perfectly so that you don't lose any energy. This will also ensure that the vibrations and noises are kept as low as possible. Then there is durability. Unlike the stock bearing, your replacement shouldn't wear off easily.
At Everything CFMoto Offroad, we've brought you carrier bearings that are a tailored fit to your ZForce. Plus they are made of high-quality durable material so that they don't get worn off or damaged no matter what you do with your ZForce. We have ZForce carrier bearings from industry-leading manufacturers like SuperATV, SandCraft, and a few more hand-picked brands.