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please please help me out. i need to know the outside diameter of a gsxr or busa rear wheel bearing hopefully, the cush and the wheel itself. i need to know for my bandit gsxr 1000 swinger swap
 

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The Soft Serve Enigma
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Rear wheel bearing on a 'busa is a 63022RS which is 58mm OD. Wheel itself is 17". Cush, I don't know...

(Diameter of wheel WITH a new tire (190/50-17) will be approximately 21 inches)
 

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In the All Balls/NTN/Koyo bearings catalogue under my desk...and the diameter with tire, I did the math. It's actually closer to 20.7402", but I figured 21" was a good round number.

Full spec on the bearing is 32x58x13mm. 32mm THICK x 58mm OD x 13mm ID
 

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endo said:
In the All Balls/NTN/Koyo bearings catalogue under my desk...and the diameter with tire, I did the math. It's actually closer to 20.7402", but I figured 21" was a good round number.

Full spec on the bearing is 32x58x13mm. 32mm THICK x 58mm OD x 13mm ID

thats a Parts Unlimited bearing # 6032
 

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A bearing number is a bearing number. Whether you get it from Parts Unlimited, Tucker Rocky, or anywhere else. It's a standardized thing. You can go into any shop and say "I need a 'busa rear wheel bearing" and they'll order a 6032-2RS (2 Races Sealed) from wherever they can get it.
 

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You could go to a u-haul with that part number and get it probably :p

Well maybe not a u-haul but you get the drift :D
 
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