I take the bearings and seals out and then down to the local industrial store that sells bearings and seals. I give them to the counterman and say "I need some of these, please". It's only a very few times that the bearings or seals have been some non-standard proprietary type.
Thanks for input in this matter. I went ahead and ordered OEM Bearing from a large parts dealer of Suzuki. I do t like the fact they are not double sealed but I don’t intend to put many miles on my Burgy each year, so OEM parts might be best for my situation.
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Bearings are bearings..... I needed some for the Troy Bilt tractor, took old ones to local NAPA, they look up the part no. on the old bearing, PRESTO you have new ones for cheap.
I think I bought front wheel bearings for my AN400 from Revzilla or cheapcycleparts.com. Setting in my tool box for a rainy day. I think you need seals too.
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