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Kawasaki 300/400 - Rear Differential Bearing

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have anyone brought brought a rear diffferential beraing kit for kvf300a4or kvff400 does the kit include bearing for the pinion or just for axle and neeedle bearing inside rear diff look at some of the kit but doesnt say if included bearing for pinion sent request to find out but no response needed to know before ordering because the pinion bearing is really the only one i need but cant find where u can just buy the pinion bearing without buying pinion as a set.::confused:

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I d go to a local agricultural supplier that stocks all kinds of parts and tools for ag farms or a store that specialises in bearings. Just get the bearing out take it in and they will find one to replace it. Its also likely to be a lot cheaper to, that's where I go for all my stuff like ball-joints and bearings and the like.

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agreed with Earthmover. all you need is the bearing out to get measurements, and if you get it from an automotive store or bearing shop, your cost will drop to a third of the bike dealer's price ...

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i try three bearing company around here they couldnt help said was bearing make only for kawawaski pinion but i found a bearing repair kit and it does have the pinion bearing for $30 whick is cheap other kits cost about $60 but will keep the info u suggested in case need other bearing

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check your phone book for bearings if you can get a number off the old one it will help the bearings should be cheaper there .I was told it is safer to change them as a set as you should not have to take it apart again hope this helps

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already try they couldnt help but i just found a bearing kit for $30 that what one bearing and seal would cost so just replace all of them thanks

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