Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: LaVergne, TN 37086
Hola from the 'Boro!
Sounds like a bearing to me, but I could be wrong. Hard to tell without actually looking at it. As far as pricing, you should give Sloan's a call. They usually have quite a bit of stuff in stock, and should have something like that available. If not they can have it within 3 business days. If it is a bearing, I hope you have a front stand or something soft to set the forks on while you're doing the work. Otherwise, it's gonna be a BEEEEOTCH.
Since I'm just down the road from ya if ya need a hand or wanna go riding sometime lemme know.
The opinions expressed above are those of RoosteR and RoosteR only. By no means would anyone of sane mind and body support, or should adhere to, any of the completely mindless load crap that you've just read.