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Bearing kit and sealing parts for rear hub and front “table”

Hi you MV lovers,
It is time for my schedule maintenance. I would like to know if you have the part numbers (not oem) for the bearings/retainers, etc to the rear swingharm and rear hub and for the front “table” and front Wheel.
My bike F4 1078RR 2008.
Thank you all.

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Just message Noel,(theknurl)forum name,he should be able to help with most of what you are after and for the right price.


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Just message Noel,(theknurl)forum name,he should be able to help with most of what you are after and for the right price.
Thank you.
But I am from Portugal. I do not know how is the shipping!

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Hi there,

I replace the bearing in the swinging arm, a very simple job it turned out to be.
these are the bearings and seals I replaced them with.

3810 2RS x1 Wheel hub bearing
HK5520 x1 Wheel hub bearing
MBR55x63x5A x2 Bearing seals (2 needed)
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Hi there,

I replace the bearing in the swinging arm, a very simple job it turned out to be.
these are the bearings and seals I replaced them with.

3810 2RS x1 Wheel hub bearing
HK5520 x1 Wheel hub bearing
MBR55x63x5A x2 Bearing seals (2 needed)
Thank you. I would look for then.

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Hi there,

I replace the bearing in the swinging arm, a very simple job it turned out to be.
these are the bearings and seals I replaced them with.

3810 2RS x1 Wheel hub bearing
HK5520 x1 Wheel hub bearing
MBR55x63x5A x2 Bearing seals (2 needed)
The only thing that goes bad is the 3810-2RS bearing ......STOP wasting people's money!!!!
And you forgot to list the inner race for the needle bearing

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The 3810-2RS bearing is $52 shipped to you in Portugal
Inspect the hub bearings before you order!
Torque the pinch bolts to NO MORE THAN 15lbft/20Nm
The Factory numbers are WRONG, that's why the bearings fail

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Surely if you have taken the time to strip the rear hub you would replace both bearings, not just one, for the sake of £14 it's piece of mind.
If a job is worth doing, its worth doing right, in my opinion.........
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Listen to Noel,leave the needle bearing alone,just check for wear,then clean and re-pack bearing.Replace the 3810 wheel side bearing if rough and knotchy to turn.Job done.
It is only a couple of times I have seen a bad needle roller bearing/inner ring and that was due to lack of grease or water ingress.Get the 3810 bearing off Noel,they are IKO Japanese bearings and very good quality.Price is right too.
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Don't forget to deburr the aluminum spacer......it's what cuts the seals, be very careful when removing it

Sold way over 1,000 3810-2RS bearing.......and one needle bearing and outer race

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Hi there,

I replace the bearing in the swinging arm, a very simple job it turned out to be.
these are the bearings and seals I replaced them with.

3810 2RS x1 Wheel hub bearing
HK5520 x1 Wheel hub bearing
MBR55x63x5A x2 Bearing seals (2 needed)
The only thing that goes bad is the 3810-2RS bearing ......STOP wasting people's money!!!!
And you forgot to list the inner race for the needle bearing [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/images/MVagusta_net_2016/smilies/tango_face_devil.png[/IMG]

Immperalt;
The 3810-2RS bearing is $52 shipped to you in Portugal
Inspect the hub bearings before you order!
Torque the pinch bolts to NO MORE THAN 15lbft/20Nm
The Factory numbers are WRONG, that's why the bearings fail
Right now I still do not have the conditions to do that kind of maintenance due to lack of torque tools for more than 200NM. So I already told my garage to get the parts. If there is no need to replace the bearing I will keep it and store it to the next maintenance that will be done by me.
Thank you a lot for the advice.

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