Author Topic: Can someone please tell me what bearings and seals I need for my wheels?  (Read 2907 times)

Dannyhob

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Hey All,

I'm trying to buy the bearings and oil seals that I will need to replace once I have my wheel powder coated on Saturday. The only problem is, no one seems to know! I'm guessing the front is simply two seals and the two bearings, but the rear wheel is a different story. The Pivot works rear wheel kit comes with 5 pieces, but Other say 6 different pieces are needed.

Can someone shed some light on this?
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      Thanks Guys, I finally found all the OEM parts at a decent price. I paid just over $115 for all OEM parts from Procaliber.com. It also had free shipping so I think it was a good deal.
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      Thanks Guys, I finally found all the OEM parts at a decent price. I paid just over $115 for all OEM parts from Procaliber.com. It also had free shipping so I think it was a good deal.
      That is a good deal Danny. I was about to order mine from Yamahapartsmonster.com and it was goin to be about 140. I will check that site out.

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      A list of part numbers would be nice. Danyhob?
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      Dannyhob

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      I'll get them now and post them up
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      Here you go guys. This should be everything you need!
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      Thanks.  I really want to do my wheels.  Post some before and afters.

      Also,  you may want to crop out your email address.
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      No problem! Good point on the email address!
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      Man I respect you do it your selfers...but I would rather save up and have it done by a dealer and with a warranty.. Am I nuts...??

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      Not nuts at all. I am having a shop fit them into the wheels for me after powder coating! They just wanted to charge me $200 for the bearings and seals. I will be removing them myself but I don't want to risk damaging them when installing.
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      Man I respect you do it your selfers...but I would rather save up and have it done by a dealer and with a warranty.. Am I nuts...??

      If you have the money ...

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      Man I respect you do it your selfers...but I would rather save up and have it done by a dealer and with a warranty.. Am I nuts...??

      Ask HardTimes.
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