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Old 05-14-2013, 07:46 AM
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Wheel Bearing PN?

Ok someone check my memory before I buy the wrong damn bearings....

Front wheel is 2 each 6004 double seal
Rear wheel is three bearings (2 wheel, 1 sprocket carrier) .. two are 6204 double seal? And one is a ???? double seal?

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Old 05-14-2013, 08:04 AM
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I did search (Tweety////lol) but the only PN i found listed for the carrier bearing is a 6322..
https://www.superhawkforum.com/forum...55/#post335574
and is that right??

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Old 05-14-2013, 08:17 AM
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And there there is a post from this idiot
https://www.superhawkforum.com/forum...02/#post333869

Like he knows what the hell he is talking about
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Old 05-14-2013, 08:27 AM
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To close this out// The sprocket carrier bearing is NOT a 6322 which is a 250mm OD bearing.

it is a 63/22 which is 22x56x16 2RS

And of course not on hand at my local bearing supplier..
As well as the guy wants $30 each for the 6004....PASS

VBX bearing here I come.
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Ok Erik, we will just let you talk to yourself at the end of the bar there.

BTW, what are the chances they all went at the exact same time? I find the carrier one lasts longer unless the other closer one fails bigtime.

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Originally Posted by smokinjoe73 View Post
Ok Erik, we will just let you talk to yourself at the end of the bar there.

BTW, what are the chances they all went at the exact same time? I find the carrier one lasts longer unless the other closer one fails bigtime.
None.... I just decided since new quality bearings went 30K no problem... a new set of quality bearings would go 30k more ... so replace um all and no longer give um a thought.

Just the way i think of maintenance,, I'll often replace a part not yet broken or worn out,,, so that I do not have down time later, on the road, in the garage or on the track.. My maintenance time is on MY TIME line, not dictated by when the last 0.00 mm of runout, service limit is used up.

And hell, i gave you guys almost 42 min to get in here and help.. do any of you....???? NO not one could be bothered to assist ...

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Hey Bob Marley, I didnt shoot the sherif. I just got back from the doctor with bronchitis of all things.

I was just figuring you could do the 2 hard wheel ones, get back on 2 wheels then track down the 3rd bearing. You know, just in case you didnt think of that little out.

And hey, while your in there, lube the pins on the rear caliper, and anti-sieze the bolts.
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Originally Posted by smokinjoe73 View Post
I was just figuring you could do the 2 hard wheel ones, get back on 2 wheels then track down the 3rd bearing. You know, just in case you didnt think of that little out.

And hey, while your in there, lube the pins on the rear caliper, and anti-sieze the bolts.
Thanks for the suggestion..
But Im not in a hurry.. I can wait for all the parts to get here.

Seals and such from Honda (damn nice to have a wife that works at the local dealer) And bearings from VXB.. those ceramic hybrid bearings were calling my name.
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Oohh, ceramic hybrid.....Those gotta be good for a couple horses right? At least a few mph top end.
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Originally Posted by smokinjoe73 View Post
Oohh, ceramic hybrid.....Those gotta be good for a couple horses right? At least a few mph top end.
No idea...........and Im not going back to back dyno runs... so will never know.

Just figured, if I was doing bearings, why not do it up right.
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Just curious, but how much did those ceramic wheel bearings run ya? I'm doing the front bearings and found some brand new All ***** bearings for $14. Found rear bearings from All ***** as well for $18.
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Originally Posted by CruxGNZ View Post
Just curious, but how much did those ceramic wheel bearings run ya? I'm doing the front bearings and found some brand new All ***** bearings for $14. Found rear bearings from All ***** as well for $18.
Alls ***** wheel bearings are a run of the mill, lowest acceptable quality bearing.. Not fit for use in anything that spins faster than a steering stem.. IMHO...
That aside

6204-2RS Hybrid Ceramic Sealed Bearing 20x47x14 Ball Bearings
Price: $34.95


S6004-2RS Bearing 20x42x12 Si3N4 Ceramic Stainless Steel Sealed Premium ABEC-5 Ball Bearings
Price: $49.95
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Thanks for the advice, prices and links. I apreciate it.
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