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rob748 04-25-2006 09:24 AM

rear sprocket bearing $89.00 !!!! (05 640 Adv)
 
any one have a # for a bearing that goes in the sprocket carrier on the chain side at the rear
the dealer wanted $89 for it, is this correct or can l get it cheaper and a bearing shop
Help
05 640 adv

RT jim 04-25-2006 09:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rob748
any one have a # for a bearing that goes in the sprokect carrier on the chain side at the rear
the dealer wanted $89 for it, is this correct or can l get it cheaper and a bearing shop
Help
05 640 adv

Yes you'll get it cheaper . Bring the bearing it has name and numbers on it. Or it will be mesured. Bike part number won't help at a bearing supplier. Tell em sealed bearing

boxermoose 04-25-2006 09:46 AM

check to see if it's on Loaded's site

MartinDKtm 04-25-2006 12:06 PM

I dont have the exact price for the bearing you want (#3205) but seeing in the shop online fiche on here that they sell the others bearings for the rear wheel(#6205) for 29$ each US. I can have this bearing (#6205) for 3.50 Canadian...So Im pretty sure it can be found cheaper.

Martin

ldbandit76 04-25-2006 12:10 PM

This place:

http://www.cbrbearing.com/

Has a large selection of high quality sealed bearings. They probably have the size you need. Take some measurements of it, or read the numbers on it, and give them a call.

They've done right by me.

As a note: do ask who makes the bearings you're buying. There is a big difference between a quality ball bearing and a cheap one, and there's no way to tell by looking at them. Truth be told, price is usually a good indicator, presuming you're getting them from similar sources (industrial supply places).

Dave

MartinDKtm 04-25-2006 12:15 PM

I can have a 3205 bearing for around 30$ Canadian. Just called a bearing supplier.

metlcutr55 04-25-2006 02:04 PM

google msc industrial supply and do a search on ball bearing, use the filter to select deep groove ball bearings, i used some of these to modify a set of cast wheels to my klr, worked great prices ran $4 to $8 depending on size. thay have a $25 minimum for me but i deal with them using purchase orders. credit card might be less.

JonL 04-25-2006 02:14 PM

Sounds about right for dealer, just bought one at 28 (GBP) from KTM dealer here in UK. I know that it will last though.

JonL

ChrisC 04-25-2006 02:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JonL
Sounds about right for dealer, just bought one at 28 (GBP) from KTM dealer here in UK. I know that it will last though.

JonL

Which brings up the ultimate question.... why does Rob need a rear wheel bearing on an '05 Adventure??? :cry

MartinDKtm 04-25-2006 06:23 PM

Good question ChrisC...I have a 2003 640 Enduro with 20 000km and still on original bearing. I never regreased them and the bike saw a lot of water/sand/mud. No sign of wear at all on them.

cheekymonkey 04-25-2006 07:18 PM

INA Part# 3205 2RS
 
Hi there,

My bearing is also shot at about 5000 miles (8000 kms).

Anyway a friend of mine with an 2002 LC4 640 E got me a replacement bearing.

INA Part# 3205 2RS

I don't have the price of this bearing but I did buy all 5 for about the same price that KTM wanted for their equivalent to the bearing above.

Here's the disclaimer: I have not put this bearing in my bike yet but I guess you could check the dimensions for proper sizing.

Good luck, I hope this helps.

meat popsicle 04-25-2006 07:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChrisC
Which brings up the ultimate question.... why does Rob need a rear wheel bearing on an '05 Adventure??? :cry

pressure washer? :dunno

Anyways, that price sounds high, in my uninformed opinion. Oddly the 2004/5 microfiche online don't have the wheel assembly :scratch so here is a 2003 (which is probably very similar or the same):

http://www.cyclehuttktm.com/Images/D...s/03584100.jpg

Which part is it? Doesn't really matter because the price you quoted is about half the price of the entire hub...

tem #: 58410010044
REAR WHEEL HUB DAMPED CPL.2001
Quanity On Diagram: 1
Cost Each: $192.57

:huh

I can't imagine that the 2004- hub is so bad assss that one bearing alone is half the cost of the entire -2003 hub. But there I go guessing again... :lol3

cba191 04-25-2006 07:22 PM

:eek1 DOOD! if you're going to have bewbies in your avatar, let them be smokin':yikes

holycaveman 04-25-2006 07:27 PM

First of all the bearing is a 6205 rsr. A very wierd wide bearing. Parts unlimited don't carry it. a 6205 2rs willl not work.

Second of all
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:Which brings up the ultimate question.... why does Rob need a rear wheel bearing on an '05 Adventure??? :cry
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http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b1...man/v30014.jpg
http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b1...man/v30011.jpg
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Sorry rob, the secret is out!:rofl :rofl

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gaspipe 04-25-2006 08:42 PM

I get these from the local bearing supply place and replace them when they get wonky. They are about $30 and are good enough. Take the spent one out and take it with you to the bearing guy. He'll fix you up and you'll have a new buddy when it's time for wheel bearings.


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