Help ID bearings on a parts schematic.

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6/27/2018 9:51 AM

Hey I just need some help ID’ing the right bearings on the schematic.

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The red arrow is pointing to #2 (part 93306-20540-00)

And the green arrow is pointing to #24 (part 93306-20562-00)

On this schematic
https://www.ronayers.com/oemparts/a/yam/50043f10f8700209bc78e024/transmission

Correct?

Also I’m just using Ron Ayers for the parts numbers. Does anybody know of a cheaper place online?

Thanks

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6/27/2018 10:03 AM

Yeah youre correct on the part numbers. Try mcmaster for bearings? Im not really sure of a cheap place, ive always gotten oem or a pivot works kit

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6/27/2018 10:11 AM

Thanks for the verification. I’ve looked at the McMaster site before but I have no idea how to find the right bearing lol.

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6/27/2018 10:19 AM

There should be an identifier on the bearing. 6203 or something like it. The numbers are universal. With that number ang bearing house can find your bearing. You might need to pull the bearing to see the number.

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The older I get, the faster I was.

6/27/2018 11:26 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/27/2018 11:28 AM

captmoto wrote:

There should be an identifier on the bearing. 6203 or something like it. The numbers are universal. With that number ang bearing house can find your bearing. You might need to pull the bearing to see the number.

X2
Also if you have a Bearings Services store near you they can help if you take them the old bearings and the prices will be good.

Paw Paw

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6/27/2018 1:46 PM

If I look up the parts number for one of the bearings "6205z" I get a bunch of hits, some on amazon for like 5 bucks. I guessing the oems are higher quality right?

I also checked out a local bearings place and their prices seem to be about the same as oem.

Im thinking this is one of those "when in doubt go with oem" moments.

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6/27/2018 6:03 PM

calcoast wrote:

If I look up the parts number for one of the bearings "6205z" I get a bunch of hits, some on amazon for like 5 bucks. I guessing the oems are higher quality right?

I also checked out a local bearings place and their prices seem to be about the same as oem.

Im thinking this is one of those "when in doubt go with oem" moments.

I bought some bearings for a vintage bike, the place I went to brought out Naichi bearings. I asked about the brand and he said they were a major supplier to Mazda. Bullshit? OK, I went with it had no problems so far. As far as main bearings I would probably go with a factory bearing. Everything else I use a local bearing place.

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The older I get, the faster I was.

6/27/2018 6:53 PM

Yeah for the crank I used oem.

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