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hi guys

can any one give me the size for the head stock bearings on my drze

as suzuki uk want £50 for the 2. :cry:

even better a skf part no.

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50 Pounds!? Cripes! That's like........600 US Dollars at the current exchange rate!

This weak dollar is chapping my butt :cry:

Sorry, didn't mean to crap in your thread.

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Well $93 USD in any case.. and ya,, thats a bit steep for two bearings.

If you do not get an answer by tonight.. I'll have a look at my spare for a number when I get home.

EDIT: If it helps.. the dimensions are 30X52X16

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Any good bearing shop will be able to look it up by size.

# on my spare bearing is 4T-CR-0843

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