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Old 09-Mar-2004, 08:43 AM
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Wheel bearings - standard Brembo wheels for 888

Anyone have the numbers for the bearings for these wheels? just had the wheels powder coated and would like new bearings throughout.
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Old 09-Mar-2004, 11:30 AM
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Why don't you take the old ones down to your local bearing shop and let the boys sort you out? Once you've done that you can post the specs, LOL.

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Old 09-Mar-2004, 12:14 PM
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I keep the bike at a garage away from home, and I was trying to save myself a return trip!
Lazy I guess, but I like to stick to my mantra:
"Hard work pays off in the long run, laziness pays off now!!"
Will post specs when known.
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Old 10-Mar-2004, 10:42 AM
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Why not just phone Nelly @ cornerspeed or JHP for the right parts?

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Just checked my records and the bearings are SKF 6203-2RS (2 rubber sheilded), though on my spare wheel the mark is SKF 62203-2RS, they will be available from any bearing supplier (Yellow Pages) as they are a standard type and will be on the shelf, just check with those differences.
If you are ordering them, it would be worth purchasing a clutch release bearing which is SKF 6201-2RS, these are quite cheap but worth replacing when next checking the clutch plates.
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Old 11-Mar-2004, 09:42 AM
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Cheers Pitcrew
That's why I was after the numbers as it is a 5 minute journey to my local bearing shop where they will undoubtedly be several quid cheaper than a Duke dealer. I do try to outsource bits where appropriate!
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Old 11-Mar-2004, 09:58 AM
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I would take it that the two different bearing no.s you have are for front and rear as they are different sizes? These are radial self-aligning bearings - do you know why they are required to be self-aligning?
I'm also replacing all the linkage bearings as well so the relevant numbers will be posted in due course.
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