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    1994 K75S Front Wheel Bearing

    I need some help locating the front wheel bearing for the 3 spoke K75S Wheel. Part # ? Vendor?
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    I knocked mine out and took them to a bearing house. They matched them from the little tiny numbers you can't read. They weren't from a country that now owns Hong Kong and had a good name on them. Fit fine.

    Bought the rear end bearing and seal set the same way. Freakazoid gear set was BMW, ouch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselyoda View Post
    I knocked mine out and took them to a bearing house. They matched them from the little tiny numbers you can't read. They weren't from a country that now owns Hong Kong and had a good name on them. Fit fine.

    Bought the rear end bearing and seal set the same way. Freakazoid gear set was BMW, ouch.
    Having a machine shop background, I also always check with a bearing house (Bearing
    distributors (BDI) and many others).

    However, I have found that sometime Max's is cheaper! Other times the bearing houses are cheaper. On seals, every time I have checked, Max's has been best.
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    Thanks to all! Ordered from Max
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    Gentlemen of the forum. Is this 2 piece bearing removal and replacement better trusted to someone with deja vu on this ?

    Step by step guide to insure a successful job of removal and replacement?

    I don't want to screw this up
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