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#61 Post by smurph » Sun Jun 14, 2009 1:04 am

Sounds good to me, Gus.

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#62 Post by geosot » Wed Jun 17, 2009 5:23 pm

For the clutch shaft bearing you can use

FAG RSTO15DZ with dimensions 20 (ID) x 35 (OD) x 12 with an appropriate 3 mm spacer or one LS2035 washer.

For the output shaft you can use either

1. NU1005 (FAG) 25 x 47 x 12 with a hardened washer 25 x 47 x 2 or

2. 63005 (SKF) 25 x 47 x 16 mm. It is 2 mm "thicker" than the OEM Yamaha (25 x 47 x 14), but it can be machined down 1 mm each side.

NOTE I have edited the first post, since I wrote it from memory and memory always fails.
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#63 Post by gus » Wed Jun 17, 2009 6:21 pm

my guy landed today so I will know very soon on availability of direct replacements but very good info for now geosot

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#64 Post by geosot » Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:39 am

Bearing companies make hundreds of new bearings every day, so the chances to find bearings close or similar to the required dimensions increase.

Note that RSTO15DZ is pricey and LS2035 is difficult to find.


63005 is cheap, so you can give 5-6 US to a machine shop to machine it down 1 mm each side.

Never used a NU1005.

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