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Sprocket carrier bearing for CBR600 F3

Discussion in 'Biker's Cafe' started by MowyTone, 12 Apr 2016.

  1. MowyTone

    Mobster

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    Location: Southampton

    Hopefully there are one or two that know the answer to this.

    As I'm replacing the cush drive rubbers and I figured I'd replace the sprocket carrier bearing at the same time. However I don't know if I need one set of bearings or two (like one for each side).

    Does anyone know? Google has not been forth coming on this one
     
  2. scrivz69

    Wise Guy

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  3. tom_e

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  4. wazza300

    Caporegime

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    Just one

    If they don't feel notchy then they shouldn't need replacing?

    You have two wheel bearings and one sprocket carrier bearing,each can be bought separately
     
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  5. MowyTone

    Mobster

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    It was more for the sake of a few quid I might as well do it while the wheel is off and save me coming back to it at a later date
     
  6. ConTRo13R

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    I will try take a picture of my sprocket bearing tomorrow for you
     
  7. TallPaul_S

    Soldato

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    1 bearing, Honda part number 91073-MV4-782 - which is a 62/22 bearing.

    Or, it'll be on the bearing itself, the actual part number.
     
  8. Fireskull

    Sgarrista

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    I would definitely recommend you doing it, mine was fine when I changed a tyre last year, no problems in the MOT then two weeks later I change my back tyre and the bearing is knackered, make sure you get one thats sealed, will probably outlast the bike then :p
     
  9. MowyTone

    Mobster

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    Location: Southampton

    Yeah I picked up a 'double sealed' bearing. Hopefully will be here today with the rest of the parts for her.

    Parts:
    exhaust gaskets
    very high temp paint
    head studs and bolts
    rear brake disk
    rear brake pads
    cush drive rubbers
    sprocket carrier bearing
    chain and sprockets