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You could contact Enduro about buying their MAX bearings. They don't build a bearing kit for the Switch, but they have a big selection of the bearings. The bearing numbers or sizes might be visible on the bearings, or they may have a list of the ones you need.

http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id169.html

Any of the IGUS bushings are likely easiest to get through a Rocky dealer.

You may be able to address the creaking just by removing the pivot bolts and applying a bit of grease at the metal to metal contact points and putting it back together.

The other really likely place to find a creak is at the shock bushings and reducers.
 

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I've lubed everything and I'm still getting a creak. I'm pretty sure its bearing related - and even if its not, I think 2 years is a good time to go through the bike and replace this stuff. Honestly I don't feel any stiction in the suspension and I don't feel any rough spots when I cycle the suspension without the shock.

Thanks for the info!

John
 
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