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Old 05-21-2013, 04:55 AM   #1
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DRZ400E Bearings, Seals etc

Did my wheel bearings and seals the other day and was surprised there wasnt a lot of info on the web. Therefore I thought I would get a bit of a list going. Im no expert, so if you contribute/correct me, I'll update the first post (can I do that?). Thanks to SteveROntario for his info. If this is a dumb idea I'm sure I'll be told .....

Rear Wheel Bearings
6004 2RS 20mm x 42mm x 12mm (x2)
6204 2RS 20mm x 47mm x 14mm (x1)
Front Wheel Bearings
6904 2RS 20mm x 37mm x 9mm (x2)
Rear Wheel Seals
29mm x 42mm x 6mm
29mm x 47mm x 6mm
The're supposed to go in backwards, to keep water OUT. Not everyone agrees, so you make your own choice...
Front Wheel Seals
BE 3444E 7 25mm x 37mm x 7mm (LHS)
BJN43587-C3 55 (Speedo)
Fork Seals
???
Gearshaft Seals
???
Countershaft Seal
MHSA 30 50 5 34
Fork Seals
???
Sump Plug Washers
#09168-10002 10mm x 14mm x 3.6mm (x1)
#09168-12002 12.1mm x 16.2mm x 3.7mm (x1)

Muddler screwed with this post 05-22-2013 at 07:10 AM
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Old 05-21-2013, 05:27 AM   #2
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:24 AM   #3
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Thanks man!!!!! On the front I just purchased this item http://www.ebay.com/itm/330923922587...84.m1497.l2649 Link going to die some time so I will post pics and name of the item for peaple who will need it!





When to use this? When you not using original speedo or you hate to know how fast you r going!
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:57 AM   #4
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[QUOTE=Muddler;21455459]Did my wheel bearings and seals the other day and was surprised there wasnt a lot of info on the web. Therefore I thought I would get a bit of a list going. Im no expert, so if you contribute/correct me, I'll update the first post (can I do that?). Thanks to SteveROntario for his info. If this is a dumb idea I'm sure I'll be told .....

Rear Wheel Seals
29mm x 42mm x 6mm
29mm x 47mm x 6mm
The're supposed to go in backwards, to keep water OUT

Wow.
Who knew?

I just installed a new tire on my new to me bike and was amazed that the seal garter spring was 'visible' or installeld 'backwards'.
Of course, I assumed it was wrong, removed the seal, lubed the bearing and reversed the seal.

Now looking at page 221, Fig 14 of the Clymers,
Yes, Virginia,
Muddler is 100% right--
the garter spring is suppose to be showing.

Looks like I get to do it over.
Thats what I get for not consulting the manual when I had the opportunity. grin.

Thanks for posting this great tip.
martinearl.
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