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stefrgv
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arm assy

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hello,

i'm looking to the forum every week. Now i have a real question about the needle beerings in the arm assy and rod assy.
they were damaged, i'm still working on getting them out. my problem later on will be that the bearings are not availeble from honda. skf has similar bearings but not that long. has anyone an idea on replacing them?


greetings

stef

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Hoe korter zijn ze ?
NS400R, NS50R, YSR125, Harris Decorite Rotax, RZ500 engined RGV250, KTM 500MX, KSR80, TDR80, Bimota V-Due, TZ350.

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I don't know the sizes of the bearings but would have thought it will be quite easy to find some replacements.

I have used - http://www.brammer.biz/uk.aspx in the past for bearings and seals. My local distributor was very helpful but it will always help if you have some samples for them to work with.

stefrgv
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father in law maneged 1 out.
originals are +/- 25mm
new 10mm
should I use 1 or 2

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problemsolved

brammar is the place to be
greetings

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Post by injected »

Can you post the part numbers you used? It might help someone else....
Guy Lachlan
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