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8860 Steering Stem Neck Bearings (Qty 28) 1954 -1977 5/16” Diameter Loose Ball Bearings

8871 Nippondenso Starter Drive End Bearing 1991-1994 1200’s and 1995 to Present All Models NSK 6002VV

8876A Five Speed Mainshaft and Countershaft All 1991Split Plastic Caged Needle Bearings Torrington TORR2079 (??)

8877 Nippondenso Starter Drive End Drive 1981-1994 All Models NSK 6002ZZ

8878 Nippondenso Starter Commutator End Bearing 1981-1985 XL 1000’s and 1986-1994 XL 883’s NSK608ZZ

8882 Nippondenso Starter Commutator End Bearing 1986-1990 All Models Superceded OEM Number 8880 on 1/95 NSK 608VV

8883 Nippondenso Starter Bearing Commutator End Bearing 1991-1994 1200’s and 1995 to Present All Models NSK 608VV

8885 Clutch Pressure Plate Bearing Late 1984 to Present Ripan SS NTN 6208

8888 C/S Low Gear Late 1984 – 1990 Torrington B110

8977 Countershaft Tranny Case Needle Bearing 1991 to Present FAG BK2526 (Germany) or INA BK2526

8996 Clutch Gear Trapdoor Bearing 1991-to Present FAG 559197 (CANADA) or FAG 6209 C3

9007 Generator Drive End Bearing 1958-1981 FAG 6202-ZR C3 or SKF 6202Z

9008 Rear Wheel Bearing 1955 – 1978 Front Wheel 1954 – 1963 NTN6203Z C3

9009 Front Wheel 1954 – 1972 Rear Wheel 1963 – 1978 Fafnir 203KD

9010 Rear Wheel Bearing (Double Row Brake Side) 1954 – 1962 MRC 5203SBKF, or use 1-NSK 6203 & 1-NSK 6203Z

9025A Four Speed Clutch Trapdoor Bearing 1954 – 1990 NTN 6207ZZ, Fafnir 207KDD, NTN 6207Z

9052 Front Wheel Bearing 1973 to Present and Rear Wheel Bearing 1979 to Present Timken Race LM11949 & Timken Bearing LM11910

9057 Cam Needle Bearings Late 1958 – 1990 Torrington B-117

9062 Starter Motor Gear Housing 1967 – 1980 M8101 or INA BCE810

9063 Primary Cover Starter Shaft Needle Bearing 1967 – 1980 Torrington B1210, INA S1210 or IKO BA1210Z

9073 Clutch Pressure Plate bearing 1971- Early 1984 and Prestolite Starter Motor Drive End Bearing Fafnir S8NPP or NSK R12VV same as OEM 31539-66)

9088 Generator Commutator End Needle Bearing 1958 – 1981 INA BCE89

9118 Mainshaft Tranny Case Late 1984 – to Present Torrington BH2012

18534-29A Tappet Roller 1957 – to Present Japan BRV4146 EOIIKOG (??)

24648-77 Right Crankcase Pinion Shaft bearing 1977 – 1986 (EV) Torrington Bearing HJ202816

24729-52 Left Crankcase Shaft bearing 1954 – 1976 Timken Race 0719D and a Torrington Bearing RA52340-1 (??)

24729-74 left crankcase Sprocket Shaft bearing 1977 – 1990 Timken Race L44610 and Timken Bearing L44649

29916-82 Hitachi Generator Commutator End Bearing1982 - Early 1984 NSK 6201VV

29917-82 Hitachi Generator Drive End bearing 1982 – Early 1984 NSK (325) 604DU (??)

31539-66 Prestolite Starter Motor Drive End Bearing 1967 – 1980 Fafnir S8PP or NSK R12VV

31583-73 Hitachi Starter Motor Drive End Bearing 1974 – 1976 NSK 6004VV

35051-89 Mainshaft Fifth Drive Gear Needle Bearings 1991 to Present FAG HK2520

35960-54 Countershaft Closed End Needle Bearing 1954 – 1990 Torrington M-11121

35961-52 Countershaft Open End Needle Bearing 1954 – 1990 Torrington B-1212

36799-84 Clutch Basket Ball bearing Late 1984 – 1990 NTN 6089Z (??)

37722-52 Clutch Basket Needle Bearing 1954 – 1970 Torrington B-229

37722-71 Clutch Basket Ball Bearing 1971 – Early 1984 Fafnir 206KDD or NSK 6206ZZ

45586-78 Steering Stem Neck bearings 1978 – 1981 Timken Race L44610 and Timken Bearing L44640

47098-81 Right Side Swingarm Bearings 1982 to Present Timken Race LM11710 and Timken Bearing LM11749

47521-74 Swingarm Bearings Late 1974 – 1981 Timken Race 11520 and Timken Bearing 11590

47550-74 Swingarm Bearings Early 1974 and Earlier Timken Race 17520 and Timken Bearing 17580

48300-60 Steering Stem neck Bearings 1982 to Present Timken Bearing L44643 and Timken Race L44610


NOTES, ETC:

On NSK bearings: “V” = rubber seal on one side; “V V” = rubber seal on both sides; “Z” = steel shield on one side; “ZZ” = steel
shield on both sides; “DU” = heavy contact seal one side; “DDU” = heavy contact seal both sides.
“Heavy Contact” = higher drag. Normally the “V V” seal is sufficient.
I have never seen “DW” on an NSK bearing.


Ball bearing mfgrs. all use their own numbering system, although many of them are similar to each other.
Fafnir: “P” = rubber seal, “KD” = steel shield, etc.
SKF: “RS” = rubber seal, “Z” = steel shield, etc.
No suffix = no seal or shield

Seals retain grease & exclude contaminants. Shields do not – they need an auxiliary seal to do that. Often ball bearings that
are sealed or shielded on both sides are cheaper (because they are more common). You can safely pry out the seal/shield on
the side where it’s not needed. I’ve listed mostly double sealed/shielded bearings in the chart. The “C3” designation on some ball
bearings a clearance designation (the clearance, or “fit”, between the balls & the outer race). “C3” bearings are common (probably
the most common), and can be used in many applications.

Tapered roller bearing mfgrs. All use the same numbering system, although some use a “4T-” prefix.

AVOID CHINESE, TAIWANESE & EASTERN EUROPEAN BEARINGS LIKE THE PLAGUE. THEY ARE CHEAP,
BUT IN THE LONG RUN THEY ARE NOT INEXPENSIVE! GOOD BALL & ROLLER BEARINGS ARE NOT THAT
MUCH MONEY…..SPEND THE EXTRA & SAVE A LOT OF HEADACHES IN THE LONG RUN.

Some of the needle bearings in the list are obscure numbers & I left them alone
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Great list, Thanks! Rep given.

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Just curious to know if anyone is using this bearing (NDH 3206) for the clutch basket anymore. It seems that they are readily available, this is what is currently installed in my clutch basket. Anybody know if this is the OEM bearing?
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thanks for the info you have me a bearing number i had been wanting to cross to a sealed for quite sometime.
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thanks for the info you have me a bearing number i had been wanting to cross to a sealed for quite sometime.
You're welcome, I just thought it was a little odd that it isn't listed in the bearing list here in the sticky. Do think this is the OEM bearing?

From the list here there are two other bearing numbers list for the 71 and later clutch basket. I was wondering if the one I have is maybe not as good as the ones listed in the sticky. Those two appear to be the double shielded type. I have not removed mine yet to see if it is also double shielded, definitely shielded on the exposed side.
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You're welcome, I just thought it was a little odd that it isn't listed in the bearing list here in the sticky. Do you think this is the OEM bearing?

From the list here there are two other bearing numbers list for the 71 and later clutch basket. I was wondering if the one I have is maybe not as good as the ones listed in the sticky. Those two appear to be the double shielded type. I have not removed mine yet to see if it is also double shielded, definitely shielded on the exposed side.

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I also got oem 35105-52 bearing race mainshaft, is the same as sku 96-281.
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"9007 Generator Drive End Bearing 1958-1981 FAG 6202-ZR C3 or SKF 6202Z"

I just found Napa carries this part as Napa Part # BRG 6202J for ~$16. The website lists it as Napa brand but it comes in an SKF/Napa box. This bearing contains eight balls instead of seven like some off-brands I have seen, and it comes in the open (not shielded/sealed) configuration like the original HD part.
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http://xlforum.net/forums/s....php?t=2045726

From post #7:
9008= SKF 6203

9009 = SKF 203
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Just want to give some credit. GA posting up these numbers has saved me lots of time trying to cross reference.

Sure with the part numbers Taiwaiin and Chinese junk is easy to find on JP or eBay but cross referencing is another animal. Thanks GA
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