Husqvarna Motorcycles Made In Sweden - About 1988 and older
Discussion in 'Vintage/Left Kickers' started by VoodooHusky, Jun 8, 2019.
Does anyone know the ID, OD and width for an 1983 250CR stem bearings? TIA
It is a cone on the stem and a cup in the frame. There are numbers on the parts. The origionals are made in England and I believe inch series not metric. Sorry I can not tell you what you ask for at this time. It is the same tapered roller bearing assembly as in my current avatar bike. The seal probably is Husky specific if I recall. I guess the cone and cup could come as a set but that is not how I got them from the industrial or even NAPA.
Oh there are various ways to modify things to work. If you get to mill like vertical Bridgeport for example and a boring head there is an air powered attachment that fits into the 5/8 hole on the boring head. In place of boring bar. clamp the cone or the cup and modify the bearing part. I used essentially dremmel sized grinding stone. These things are often kind of how bad do you want it.
Good catch, Google sent me to a slightly different part. I'll delete the above as to not confuse anyone else. This is not the correct part number.
Is this it?
download a parts manual from HVA factory and it should have the bearing numbers on the part for you
That was a good tip, thanks!
also tells you how long each bolt is...which is great when they come back from the plater in a tub