Help Identifying A Bearing


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Help Identifying A Bearing

Postby landisr » Thu Sep 11, 2014 1:25 pm



Hi again. Going through some garage stuff, I came across a pair of new bearings, which I'm guessing are wheel bearings, and are a matched pair so I'm also thinking they are for a front wheel. Or maybe swingarm? They are Honda OEM, part number 91003-HA7-672. I can't seem to find much help with Google, so maybe they've been superceded.. ??? They are most likely for my 76 Wing but might be for the 94A. Can anybody help identify these?

Thanks a bunch.

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Re: Help Identifying A Bearing

Postby WingAdmin » Thu Sep 11, 2014 1:47 pm

landisr wrote:Hi again. Going through some garage stuff, I came across a pair of new bearings, which I'm guessing are wheel bearings, and are a matched pair so I'm also thinking they are for a front wheel. Or maybe swingarm? They are Honda OEM, part number 91003-HA7-672. I can't seem to find much help with Google, so maybe they've been superceded.. ??? They are most likely for my 76 Wing but might be for the 94A. Can anybody help identify these?

Thanks a bunch.

Ron


It appears to be a crankshaft bearing, used in a large variety of Honda motorcycles and scooters.

http://www.partzilla.com/parts/detail/h ... 7-672.html

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Re: Help Identifying A Bearing

Postby landisr » Thu Sep 11, 2014 2:11 pm

Hmmmm. I can't imagine ordering something like that. I've never had a need for it/them, and wouldn't have the foggiest how to replace them :roll: I see you've had about the same luck with a search that I did.. :lol:

Thanks, though. I would just hate to toss them or try to sell them on ebay, only to later find out they also had another application on one of my scoots. Oh well.
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Re: Help Identifying A Bearing

Postby Old Fogey » Mon Sep 15, 2014 8:24 pm

They are a standard 6203 ball bearing, but they don't fit anywhere on either of your bikes, as far as I can see.
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Re: Help Identifying A Bearing

Postby landisr » Mon Sep 15, 2014 9:15 pm

Thanks, OF.

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Re: Help Identifying A Bearing

Postby redbug » Tue Sep 16, 2014 7:43 am

That bearing seems to fit a Honda TRX, ever have one of those? According to partszilla. Balancer shaft bearing.
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Re: Help Identifying A Bearing

Postby jhngardner367 » Wed Sep 17, 2014 10:12 pm

It fits Honda ATVs/UTVs/Scooters . Was used as wheel bearing on some models.
It also fits some BSA,and Triumph bikes,as well as the quill shaft assemblies on some lawn tractor mower decks.


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