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Ed Zeppeli

'98 KQ rear shaft bearing numbers

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I have some wobble in my right rear wheel. Too much wobble.

 

So I've torn into it and will need two bearings and two (different) seals. I'd like to get them locally if possible but need to know the number on the sides of the bearings and seals as I don't know that my bearing shop can source them by vehicle model. I'm told they're very common bearings.

 

Any idea what the numbers are if mine end up being illegible?

 

Thanks,

 

Warren

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Go onto motorsports.com or bike bandit. They have reference numbers for each bearing.

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Or take them out and bring them with you.

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