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I am buying aftermarket seals and bearings.

Does anyone have measurements of Inner radius from Seal on the sprocket Side?

I damaged my old seal and can not be measured.
It would be around 25mm or 26mm or 27mm.

Thanks
Just measured my spare rear wheel (XRV750 2000) and the inside diameter of the sprocket side seal is 28.5mm.
 

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How cool is that.
I seem to remember we tried something like that a few years ago with the wiki which for some reason never took of:(
If anyone wants to do something like that for a @ front break caliber refurb i got all the pics.Took them while Chad done them for me a few years back :thumbup:
 

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Ok, thanks for that /

I found something myself and I think I have correct data for rear wheel seals:

Larger seal at the sprocket side:
- 28mm Inner diameter
- 47.2mm Outer diameter
- 7mm depth

Smaller seal at the braking side:
- 25mm Inner diameter
- 42mm Outer diameter
- 7mm depth
 

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Ok, thanks for that /

I found something myself and I think I have correct data for rear wheel seals:

Larger seal at the sprocket side:
- 28mm Inner diameter
- 47.2mm Outer diameter
- 7mm depth

Smaller seal at the braking side:
- 25mm Inner diameter
- 42mm Outer diameter
- 7mm depth
Seals 20mm to 29mm Shaft Size - Page 3
 

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I can't comment on Wemoto bearings. Other alternatives are bikebearings.co.uk & simplybearings both companys sell quality branded breaings as well as cheaper stuff.

Phil

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i woke up this morning the rain was poreing down
a courier rang the door bell i stuck my head out the window
and said im comeing down
the wheel the breaker sent me is badly corroded
it wont be long untill it is all broken down .


i tried to knock out the old wheel bearings
i hammered and hammered but the bearing would not budge
i hit my hand twice with the hammer
im in a world of pain
i got the wheel bearing blues
i got the wheel bearing blues
i got the wheel bearing blues
and i dont know what im a gona do

2 weeks ago my back wheel bearing went
it chewed up my wheel
man i was felling blue
i ordered a pair of dominator wheels from holland
but they were rotten trough
cost me 65 euro to post them back
but what can you do

i cant get the spacer pipe to budge
no matter what i do
the wheel is probably buckled
and not running true
from whacking it with the hammer
and my poor hand too
i got the wheel bearing blues and i dont
know what to do
i got the wheel bearing blues
im sure you have had them too :(:(:(
 

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Thanks for the photos. Very reassuring when doing jobs like this! I used my hi-tech "XRV rear pre-load adjuster tool" instead of the flat-ended drift - ie, an old, long, 15mm masonry drill bit. Perfect.

Bearings in the freezer overnight, but still needed a fair whack with the hoooge hammer. I used the old ones to drive the new ones in. Don't forget to put the long spacer in!

I ordered the bearings from Rugged Roads, who managed to get them to Switzerland in 3 days with all the right customs paperwork. Brilliant service (again) Slightly worrying, there is a third dust seal in the kit which doesn't fit anywhere...and leaves an head-scratching left-over bit when the job's finished. Am hoping this is for the Caponord, which seems to use the same bearings.

Anyway, success. No play in the rear wheel. Fingers crossed for the MOT on Monday
 
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