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post #11 of 23 Old 12-29-2005, 02:59 PM
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I Can't remember the name of the bearing company, but one of the dealers around here has aftermarket ones. They gave me a price for fronts and rears. Around $34 CDN each for those. Also I know moose has a sealed bearing kit but they only have the fronts (if I remember right). They wern't much cheaper then Cat's. Not sure if it different for the 500's.

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well from what i have seen all 4 wheels use the same bearings on the 05 500. is't that right? i will be pulling mine out before long and then try to get some bearing shops here in memphis to cross it over. if i can get them i will be sure to post and let you all know the MFG. name and the part numbers.

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well from what i have seen all 4 wheels use the same bearings on the 05 500. is't that right? i will be pulling mine out before long and then try to get some bearing shops here in memphis to cross it over. if i can get them i will be sure to post and let you all know the MFG. name and the part numbers.

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From browns site, it looks like the 500's are the same part# all the way around. So you are correct.
#1402-027 I believe for the 05's.

On the 650's, the rears are wider then the fronts and have different part#'s.

I will be doing mine soon also, I will try to post up some info when I get it done too.


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I would be tempted to try 05 sealed bearings with 04 dusk seals for extra protection, knuckles should be close enough to being the same, seals are cheap so worth a try.

Should work for both 650 and 500.

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Wyo is right. I havn't seen my local bearing supplier not be able to get a bearing yet. If he can't get the # cross referenced then he goes to mic to get the measurements. I matched up some bearing for a '64 Nash Metropolitan.....they sure don't make anything for them anymore. I also did it for the '29 model A too. They have got to be a lot cheaper than Cat can offer, and probably can upgrade to a lot better bearing too.

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ok, got a chance to pull the rear bearings out. here are the numbers in case anyone wants to look around. DAC3055W thats either a "55" or a "ss". Japan Koyo this is the only info i found on the rear bearing on my 05 500M.

going to try and hit some bearing shops and see if we can match something. ill let ya know.

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Looks like the 30 means 30mm bore and the 55 means 55mm OD. Going on that, SKF and Timken have nothing of the sort in a double ball bearing. I'm assuming it is double ball bearing? Yall correct me if I'm wrong because it could be a cylindrical roller bearing since there are some with that OD and ID; however, I can't imagine how it would work since they don't take a thrust load! I ran into this already with honda. It seems that our manufacturers (AC and honda, etc.) approach KOYO with a spec that is purposely oddball and have them manufacture it solely for them. Honda's ball joints are like this. I had no luck finding them before aftermarket. When I called the manufacturer of the joint and gave them the part #, they said "that joint was made for Honda and we cannot release any info on it".
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I buy my bearings from a co. call applied industial technologies they have always been able to get me bearings of any sort you name it they could get you a good USA made bearing ,but I handed the bearing guy the rear one off my 400i and he called to say he could not find one that was the first time he could not get me a bearing so it must be a real oddball

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All Balls has bearings for the cats. They are not much cheaper though. These do include seals and bearings.

I got this from the motovan site.

04 500 Auto bearings front & rear #125-1434
05 500 Manual bearings front & rear #120-1026

04 650 front #125-1434, rear #120-1026

The prices were around $30 CDN per wheel though. Still might be cheaper to get them matched.

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the width needs to be 32mm

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