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??? => The numbers are printed on the bearings / seals take these numbers

If they got lost, ... this is the specification of the ball bearings for the rear hub: 2x 17x40x12mm

The front hub bearings are: 2x 12x32x10mm, take SKF INA, or whatever you get as an industrial standard.

To the seals, (Simmerringe in German, because they where invited by Mr. Simmer in Germany): 2x 17x32x10mm.

These bearings and oil seals you get nearly everywhere where they sell bearings and oil seals, nothing special.

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??? => The numbers are printed on the bearings / seals take these numbers

If they got lost, ... this is the specification of the ball bearings for the rear hub: 2x 17x40x12mm

The front hub bearings are: 2x 12x32x10mm, take SKF INA, or whatever you get as an industrial standard.

To the seals, (Simmerringe in German, because they where invited by Mr. Simmer in Germany): 2x 17x32x10mm.

These bearings and oil seals you get nearly everywhere where they sell bearings and oil seals, nothing special.

If thats the case just go to your nearest Force 7 bearing factor, cheap and very helpful for any bearings, I got new mains for mine for about

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??? => The numbers are printed on the bearings / seals take these numbers

If they got lost, ... this is the specification of the ball bearings for the rear hub: 2x 17x40x12mm

The front hub bearings are: 2x 12x32x10mm, take SKF INA, or whatever you get as an industrial standard.

To the seals, (Simmerringe in German, because they where invited by Mr. Simmer in Germany): 2x 17x32x10mm.

These bearings and oil seals you get nearly everywhere where they sell bearings and oil seals, nothing special.

hi sorry i dont mean the bearing its the brake plate theres a groove that gose all the way round and a ruber seal seats in it thats on the rear breake plate any ideas were id get one from?

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Will have a look in books tomorrow, failing that try Bultaco UK they are usually spot on. You could also take hub to bearing factor and see what they can sort out,

Myson

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