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Found an excellent write up of how to service the one way by stiffler in 2009 but I'm wondering if the bearing sizes are still the same for newer models? Mines a '13 650 xmr. Can I order one of the numbers found in the thread? What's the best bearings to get? For my truck I used to get skf and never had any trouble.

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I'm hoping you can help me. Or anyone. Is the 2nd number in the serial number a letter or a number??? Someone please help

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Ed
 

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Mines a letter. Now back to the bearing question...
 

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still the same Scottyho.
 
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Or were they talking about the bearing number????:0headscratch:
 

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Or were they talking about the bearing number????:0headscratch:
Not sure I guess. It was their first post ever. I assumed it was the wheeler serial number.
 

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Scotty. I got mine from Amazon. And they are the same ones from that write up. I have a 2013 also.
Which ones did you go with? Did it help the "hump"? Still going good?
 

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Scotty. I got mine from Amazon. And they are the same ones from that write up. I have a 2013 also.


Which ones did you go with? Did it help the "hump"? Still going good?


These are the ones I got. Remember you need two of them. And they did help, but I think just lubing them would have helped also. But I was servicing the clutch anyway, so I replaced them.

Did mine about a year ago now. Still going well!!
 

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Scotty. I got mine from Amazon. And they are the same ones from that write up. I have a 2013 also.


Which ones did you go with? Did it help the "hump"? Still going good?


These are the ones I got. Remember you need two of them. And they did help, but I think just lubing them would have helped also. But I was servicing the clutch anyway, so I replaced them.

Did mine about a year ago now. Still going well!!
I thought about just lubing them but there is some lateral play in the outer one. Inner doesn't have that. Just gonna replace them.
 

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Which ones did you go with? Did it help the "hump"? Still going good?







These are the ones I got. Remember you need two of them. And they did help, but I think just lubing them would have helped also. But I was servicing the clutch anyway, so I replaced them.



Did mine about a year ago now. Still going well!!


I thought about just lubing them but there is some lateral play in the outer one. Inner doesn't have that. Just gonna replace them.

Yeah...you're in there anyway might as well change them out. The rbl ones do move a lot more freely. You'll see what I'm talking about when you get them.

Also while you have the primary off scuff it up before you put it back on.
 

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6808-2RS Bearing 40x52x7 Sealed Ball Bearings VXB Brand:Amazon:Industrial & Scientific



These are the ones I got. Remember you need two of them. And they did help, but I think just lubing them would have helped also. But I was servicing the clutch anyway, so I replaced them.



Did mine about a year ago now. Still going well!!


I thought about just lubing them but there is some lateral play in the outer one. Inner doesn't have that. Just gonna replace them.

Yeah...you're in there anyway might as well change them out. The rbl ones do move a lot more freely. You'll see what I'm talking about when you get them.

Also while you have the primary off scuff it up before you put it back on.

Already scuffed and clean. Was just wanting some feedback before I knock the old ones out. Thanks Dave!!
 

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I thought about just lubing them but there is some lateral play in the outer one. Inner doesn't have that. Just gonna replace them.




Yeah...you're in there anyway might as well change them out. The rbl ones do move a lot more freely. You'll see what I'm talking about when you get them.



Also while you have the primary off scuff it up before you put it back on.




Already scuffed and clean. Was just wanting some feedback before I knock the old ones out. Thanks Dave!!

Lol...get to pounding them suckers out!!!
 

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I'm on it! Pretty easy. Stop interrupting!!!! Lol
 
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