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2002 F4 rear wheel bearings

Hey, has anyone found a place that has or can make the 3810-2RS rear hub wheel bearing on the 2002 F4 750s. my rear axle has imploded on the left side bearings. the right needle bearings seem to be in good shape. any suggestions would be helpful. I cant seem to find the part in the US and the dealer wants to sell me the whole Asymmetric hub for $1000. there must be a solution out there
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Knoel will probably post exactly what you want to know but i'm going to try beat him to it..
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here they are, a friend owns CBR Bearings, he made a deal for the forum

the # 3810-2RS-C3 ball bearing....$34 you need 1
the # 5520 needle bearings.... $19 you need 1
the seals.... $6 you need 2

BEFORE you order the needle bearing and the 2 seals, make sure you need them

Motion Industries wanted $92 for the ball bearing! they are a ripoff

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Awsome, Charlie had the bearings in stock and their on the way.
He said Hi too

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Stephen;

1st welcome aboard the Forum

use search ....if you put in 'rear hub parts'

you would have gotten what Snohman did and posted, glad you beat me to it lol......i rarely come to this topic

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