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Hi all, I collected a small stock of new spare parts in the original packaging for Honda Gl 1000 from ebay, but among these I found 4 unpackaged parts, two definitely not original bearings and two rubber rings. is it possible to know what parts they are exactly so that they can be cataloged?
one bearing measures 52mm externally with 20mm bore, the other 47mm with 20mm inner bore.
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There will be a number on the bearings, like 6005 for instance. Easier to identify them by that.
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the larger one has the code: 6304-2RS, the smaller one 6204-2RSH
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Inner and outer rear wheel bearings: https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/honda ... rear-wheel
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6304 is 91002-371-000 also used on the crankshaft and gearbox mainshaft. Neither use the rubber seals, they just pull out.
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That big rubber seal almost looks like the one in the end of the swingarm where the final drive bolts up??
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hi, thanks to everyone for the answers, I have clearer ideas.
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