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Old 24-05-2011
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2009-2011 Husaberg FE 390 450 570

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2 x 6906(2RS) bearings
2 x 35-47-7 seals

Rear
2 x 6005(2RS) bearings
2 x 32-47-7 seals

Nice one TonyH.

We should also include ballpark figure prices so people know what the average price they should be paying.

I got the same bearings/seals above at the bearing shop for $70. I think that was around what they should be roughly, I wouldnt know really.
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Got mine here, $50 for both sets
http://www.blingkingproducts.com.au/...alls-c-60.html
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Cost me $15 from a local bearing shop, and that was with the most expensive bearing brand they had to offer.
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Old 25-05-2011
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07 crf450x

rear 6905 x 3

front 6904 x 2

unsure of seals (had to get them genuine because honda made them a special size according to bearing man)
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Old 25-05-2011
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Anyone got any tips for a tool thingy to bash the bearings out and in?

Cheers.
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Old 25-05-2011
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Anyone got any tips for a tool thingy to bash the bearings out and in?

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I use a punch to get them out and a socket with the same od as the bearing to put the new ones in
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Old 25-05-2011
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Found is one here: http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Wheel-Bea...item563630ff85

Dunno if it would be good or not.
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Old 25-05-2011
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I use a punch to get them out and a socket with the same od as the bearing to put the new ones in
This works fine. You can also use an extension bar to punch them out.
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Anyone know what size the rear bearings are for an '08 250x?

Then I can get them before I pull the old ones out.

I paid $40 for a set of front ones last week but didn't think to look at the size of 'em to add to the list.
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Buy one of these for doing honda rear bearing retainer!

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/pr...dFamilyId=1480
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