We stock literally TONS of bearings at Allmoto so if for some weird reason you can't find the wheel bearing you need below please get in touch as we almost certainly have it. We sell these bearings as individuals. For most wheels you are going to need 2 bearings. On the rear of most off road bikes you'll need 3 bearings. If you're unsure what bearing you need just ask us and we will find the right code.
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What does the code on a motorcycle wheel bearing explain? Some people also know these bearings as deep groove bearings as inside the bearings the balls run inside a 'deep groove' within the inner and outer bearing ring. Wheel bearings are always sealed. The '2RS' sometimes seen after the 4 digit code indicates that the wheel bearing is double sealed. Wheel bearings have a 4 digit code which always begins with a 6. The 6 signifies that it is a wheel bearing (deep groove). The second digit is a code number referring to the outer diameter. The last 2 digits of the wheel bearing refer to the inner diameter. If the last 2 digits are '05' then the inner diameter would be 20mm. You multiple the last two digits by 4 (05x4=20mm) With the last 2 digits there are a few examples where you don't multiply it at all. These exceptions are indicated by a '/'. 69/22 is an example of this.