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Old 26th March 2019, 03:00 PM #10
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Re: What shops sell wheel bearing kits in Dublin?

Originally Posted by Confusion
Does it need really need new wheel bearings? How much mileage has it done?


As others have said, you are better off getting good quality bearings
from an industrial supplier. Most kits come with Chinese bearings.

Top quality Japanese (Koyo, NTN, NSK) bearings will work out
just as cheap if you pay industrial or agri prices.

CBF600xx and several other CBR, CBF 600, 900, 1000 and 1100 models
use:

Front
BEARING, RADIAL BALL, 20X45X12 91052MBWE11
OIL SEAL, 28X47.2X7 (ARAI) 91252MC4013

Rear
BEARING, RADIAL BALL, 6204UU 91052MAE004
DUST SEAL, 30X47X7.5 91253MAE003

Sprocket carrier
BEARING, RADIAL BALL, 6322 91051MAS003
DUST SEAL, 30X56X7.5

You should find all of the bearings and most of the seals
at any good bearing supplier.

If possible, bring the old bearings and seals with you.
Thank you for the details! Yes, I was eyeing with this Koyo kit on eBay, but this as well excludes 2011+
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Honda-CBF...sAAOSwhQtao-ms

As far as I can tell it could use new wheel bearings as I can feel some movement in the wheel when doing the recommended test. Mileage per clock is approx 38k. I'm replacing the chain & sprockets and I thought this would be a good opportunity to replace the bearings at the same time.
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