YZ250F Wheel Bearings in FL?

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12/30/2020 8:55 AM

Anyone know where I can get some front wheel bearings for a 2019 YZ250F between Sarasota and South Georgia today? Down here riding for the week, bearings went out on me, local shop "ordered" them yesterday. Went to pick up today and he never actually ordered them! Ugh if anyone can help me out that'd be awesome!

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12/30/2020 8:58 AM

Message me. I believe my dad has a set in Lakeland

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12/30/2020 9:07 AM

If there is a Motion Industries in the area, they carry them as an off the shelf item. Any bearing supply company will have them in stock. Call and give them the number on the dust seal.

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12/30/2020 9:19 AM

Plot twist... stock YZ/YZF bearings don't have a dust seal, LOL.

The stock bearing is a 6904 on both sides of the hub in case you need this info to help find new ones!

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12/30/2020 9:27 AM

mister2dt wrote:

If there is a Motion Industries in the area, they carry them as an off the shelf item. Any bearing supply company will have ...more

Called Motion industries and mentioned the 6904 number FGR posted and no luck. The bearings themselves have no numbers on them.

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12/30/2020 9:44 AM

FGR01 wrote:

Plot twist... stock YZ/YZF bearings don't have a dust seal, LOL.

The stock bearing is a 6904 on both sides of the hub in case ...more

When I search 6904 a 20mm bearing comes up, doesn't my bike have a 22mm?

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12/30/2020 9:55 AM

If there is a Brown Bearing or similar bearing store near you I'd just take one in there. I've found they are happy to throw a caliper on them and find something that fits for you.

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12/30/2020 9:59 AM

Yeah, take one in and have it cross matched. 20x37x9mm you can call and ask if they have that size. Doesnt have to be unsealed. If they have a set in rs, 2rs or zz, they will all work

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12/30/2020 10:00 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/30/2020 10:01 AM

FGR01 wrote:

Plot twist... stock YZ/YZF bearings don't have a dust seal, LOL.

The stock bearing is a 6904 on both sides of the hub in case ...more

ridinbeast932 wrote:

When I search 6904 a 20mm bearing comes up, doesn't my bike have a 22mm?

Yes, sorry. I looked at the wrong bearing. You have it right, 22mm. The bearing number for your bike is 619/22.

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12/30/2020 10:28 AM

FGR01 wrote:

Plot twist... stock YZ/YZF bearings don't have a dust seal, LOL.

The stock bearing is a 6904 on both sides of the hub in case ...more

ridinbeast932 wrote:

When I search 6904 a 20mm bearing comes up, doesn't my bike have a 22mm?

FGR01 wrote:

Yes, sorry. I looked at the wrong bearing. You have it right, 22mm. The bearing number for your bike is 619/22.

Thank you. Looks like 22x39x9. Been calling bearing places like crazy but no luck.

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12/30/2020 10:34 AM

ridinbeast932 wrote:

Anyone know where I can get some front wheel bearings for a 2019 YZ250F between Sarasota and South Georgia today? Down here ...more

Take a photo of the serial number. Any bearing shop can match any bearing except steering stem tapered bearings. Get three fir the price of one at a bike shop.

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12/30/2020 10:55 AM

ridinbeast932 wrote:

When I search 6904 a 20mm bearing comes up, doesn't my bike have a 22mm?

FGR01 wrote:

Yes, sorry. I looked at the wrong bearing. You have it right, 22mm. The bearing number for your bike is 619/22.

ridinbeast932 wrote:

Thank you. Looks like 22x39x9. Been calling bearing places like crazy but no luck.

Sounds crazy, but call tractor supply. A lot of implements use metric bearings and they shelf a ton of them

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12/30/2020 11:52 AM

Did you try bearings marketing in Sarasota? I believe you called my shop a couple days ago and I sent you that way, they usually have any bearing I need for any application.

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12/30/2020 11:55 AM

Rickyisms wrote:

Did you try bearings marketing in Sarasota? I believe you called my shop a couple days ago and I sent you that way, they ...more

Yep, no luck.

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12/30/2020 2:43 PM

Shit, here in Wichita BRC Bearings, CPC Bearings, and Murdock all carry those bearings as well as the dust seals...

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12/30/2020 3:38 PM

Timo_2824 wrote:

Shit, here in Wichita BRC Bearings, CPC Bearings, and Murdock all carry those bearings as well as the dust seals...

Lucky! I can almost guarantee that know one will find these bearings in stock in east central FL haha. I did get ahold of some though, thanks Robby/Ron!

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12/30/2020 4:12 PM

FGR01 wrote:

Plot twist... stock YZ/YZF bearings don't have a dust seal, LOL.

The stock bearing is a 6904 on both sides of the hub in case ...more

I noticed that too while replacing them on a buddies 2015 yz250f. Might want to go with pivot works or after market. Or if you get OEM just throw some water proof grease in

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12/30/2020 5:32 PM

The "2RS" means TWO RUBBER SEALS. So any bearing such as a 6904 2rs means rubber seals on both sides of the bearing..

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12/30/2020 6:48 PM

tzmike wrote:

The "2RS" means TWO RUBBER SEALS. So any bearing such as a 6904 2rs means rubber seals on both sides of the bearing..

^ He's right. And, Z Z means metal shields.

You can get the RS (1 seal) or 2RS (two seals) and use a pick to pull the seal/s out if you need an open caged bearing for applications that have a zerk fitting and get routine greasing.

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12/30/2020 10:35 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/30/2020 10:52 PM

619/22-2RS

Deep Groove Ball Bearing 619-22-2RS Generic, Inner diam. 22 mm, Outer diam. 39 mm, Width 9 mm

I would keep both seals in. I wouldnt use the ZZ steel as a first choice, stay with the 2RS. a 2RS will last many years.



the 39mm OD is definitely strange


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