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post #1 of 3 Old 05-06-18, 23:39 Thread Starter
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Wheel bearing sizes

Thought this might be helpful

Front wheel -
Bearing 20 x 42 x 12 sealed (x2)
Seal 30 x 42 x 6 (x2)

Rear wheel & sprocket carrier -
Bearing 20 x 47 x 14 sealed (x2)
Bearing 25 x 52 x 15 sealed
Seal 30 x 42 x 7
Seal 30 x 47 x 6
Seal 35 x 52 x 6

I used a Balls kit to get sizes for the rear and took the OEM ones from the front into the local (after fitting a Balls kit).
My local didnt have the 6mm thick seals on the shelf but instead supplied them in 7mm which makes no difference except they may sit a little higher than the bearing recess.

Attached in my invoice in AU$.

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For what bike, and year?

I ask, because my 2014 Daytona calls for:

Front...20id x 42od 12w (2 required) (T3800702)

Rear...20id x 47od x 14w (2 required) (T3800703)
25id x 52od x 15w (1 required) (T3800029)
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First and second gen Daytona and Street.

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