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Old 12-21-2007
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Can you use the same bearings in the chainscase as used on the idler wheels. They are the same size, but I was not sure if they can be used for these different applications,
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If the #'s match, yes. Bearing have mostly standard part #'s that can be cross-referenced between companies. The last 1-3 digits usually implies the type of seal that is being used and consists of letters rather than numbers.
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depends on the sled. on my gen 2 it had the same bearings top and bottom in the chaincase, but different bearings on the clutch ends. and i dont know if either of them would fit the wheels.
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