Rear wheel sprocket bearing 2015

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  1. Viefare

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    Hi,
    i wonder if anyone have changed the rear wheel sprocket bearing, the one in the sprocketholder that is.

    I bought one with the dimensions from for exampe bikebandit who says the size is 35X55X10.

    So i removed the sprocketholder to change it and noticed that its the wrong size, the bearing in sprocketholder is 35X55X20, and its not like in the swingarm where there is 2 bearings side by side.

    Any thougt on this?

    Thanks
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    Sounds like Bikebandit had either wrong or outdated info. It would be best to find the correct size bearing. Many times when you go to the parts fiche and click on the item, it will give its dimensions, however since you have the hub apart and can see the actual bearing that is in there, get the number off of that and find a match online.

    I’ve been buying bearings from this place and have had good luck finding most of what I need. They also have quality bearing makers to boot. Koyo, SKF, Nachi, NSK, just to name a few.

    https://www.123bearing.com/
     
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    If there’s a part # on the bearing it will be the manufacturers reference

    Wheel bearings are pretty generic across all motorcycles, as long as you get double lip sealed there’s not a lot of difference in brands, particularly as I’ve seen big boxes of SKF from China that had nothing on the individual packs ...
     
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    Just curious, if you've not removed it, how do you know what size it actually is? And you can't see the spec numbers?
     
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