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Old 01-11-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Need a bearing part no. asap.

Finally was able to ride my bike to work this morning and when I rolled in the parking lot the front wheel bearing was clicking like crazy.

What I need is the numbers that are on the bearing itself. Not the Honda part no. If I have that I can possibly cross referance it with bearings that we keep in stock at work and get this thing fixed before I leave this evening. It's for a 2008 Honda CBR1000RR. Or if someone has one lying around and can measure the ID and OD That might do also. If I don't get it fixed then I have to 30 miles to go to get back home. And I just got the new fairing kit installed last weekend. I would hate to dump it due to a mechanical malfunction.
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Old 01-11-2013, 11:43 AM   #2
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A friend of mine who has a 1krr needed new front and rear bearings, her got them local from a bearing place and got a good deal on em. Ill try to find out the info.
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Old 01-11-2013, 11:45 AM   #3
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X that, he told me he already saw your post and said that the 07 are different sizes than the 08's... my bad.
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Thanks for trying. As far as different models interchanging. I think the 600 08's and up will interchange. I believe they all use the same rims anyway.
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Bearing Number

6005LU is the # on the rubber seal on the bearing.
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6005LU is the # on the rubber seal on the bearing.
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was gonna say, since you have to replace it anyway, you might be able to get the number off it when you remove it. but the above poster did me one better!
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If u have trouble getting the bearing out the old fashion method, oreillys auto parts rents the bearing puller/slide hammer for free

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6005LU is the # on the rubber seal on the bearing.
Sweet, thanks a bunch. I've been calling around on my side of town to see if I could find a dealer that had one in stock. No luck yet. But with this no. I can check our stock or go to one of our bearing suppliers and get it today.

As far as getting it out. When I get it off. I have a whole crew of millwrights that I can ask to give me a hand. 2 of which are MC enthuseists.

BTW here's the new fairingkit w/paint job. You can't really tell in this pic, but the yellow on the fairing has to much green in it to really match the wheels. I'm still thinking of what I want to do about that.
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