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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-01-2008, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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rear wheel bearings

can anyone tell me where i can get these for my f4? how much etc im in england mine have decided to fall apart on a ride out today, bike has only done 5300 miles
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-01-2008, 09:59 AM
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You could get in touch with CAG, he always has those in stock.

You want the entire hub, correct?

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post #3 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-01-2008, 10:41 AM
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Carl's the man Ian, he helped me out in that respect. Just waiting for my parts to clear UK customs then I should be back on the road. Thanks again Carl.


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why has your bearings gone as well?
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right lets see, just how many peeps rear wheel bearings have gone? mines a 05 1000s has done 5300 miles and was registered in 06 , so its been on road for less than 2 summers!!! i know for sure johns has just gone has well, what im trying to ascertain is this. have mv at the factory fitted cheap and inferior wheel bearings in a batch of their bikes? does anyone with later models have the same problem? ive been told i was very lucky not to have a big accident has i was riding the bike when they went!!!! if your bearings have gone what have you replaced them with and are they standing up to the job? i wouldnt like top think i was going to have this done every 5000 miles!!! and also be scared of riding the damn thing!!
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post #6 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-02-2008, 02:07 PM
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Mines '55 reg Ian, so not much older than yours, I would guess I've covered about 5000 miles on mine too. I think MikeF4UK's advice is well worth paying attention to, if the bearing is very hot after a run its probably on the way out. I plan to change the bearings in mine at the end of every season from now on.

For riders in the UK the bearings can be obtained from:

BSL Wolverhampton
Headway Road
Wolverhampton
Tel : 01902 395959

Fax : 01902 395939

Rear hub replacement bearing ref:

3810RS bearing 1 off
HK5520 bearing 1 off
MBR55X63X5A seal 2 off



This information was provided to me by Mike (our resident R1 owner ) BTW.


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wow that is something that worries me now that I am upon miles on my 06 F4. I really would like to order a set maybe one of the sponsors (not emoto) will read this and put together a package deal on the set front and rear and make it barney style to order a set. that would be great does anyone know a website or a vendor in the US that can get us these bearings and seals?
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Off in the garage right this minute to check done 8000 on my 06 f4 1000s,must of been pretty scarey your bearing going like that.
Do we have an idea how much for these ??
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post #10 of 17 (permalink) Old 07-03-2008, 09:29 AM
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Anyone know where i can source the bearing in Australia????
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