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CBR 954 swingarm bearings?

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Could somebody identify what are the part numbers for 954 swingarm bearings and dust seals. The part list in the fiche contains bouth 929 and 954 bearings.
 
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Could somebody identify what are the part numbers for 954 swingarm bearings and dust seals. The part list in the fiche contains bouth 929 and 954 bearings.
SWINGARM 2

This is ronayers - it separates it from the 929.


91071-KV3-005 - needle bearing
91262-KV3-831 - dust seal
52463-MAL-G00 - collar
 

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SWINGARM 2

This is ronayers - it separates it from the 929.


91071-KV3-005 - needle bearing
91262-KV3-831 - dust seal
52463-MAL-G00 - collar
What are the other bearings in that list? I really don't remember at the moment are the bearings same on both sides of the swingarm and what they look like. The collars i do have. Just thought that i will change them since all most everything else is new all so on the bike.
 
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What are the other bearings in that list? I really don't remember at the moment are the bearings same on both sides of the swingarm and what they look like. The collars i do have. Just thought that i will change them since all most everything else is new all so on the bike.
If you're talking about the ones that aren't in the picture (#15 for example), if you go back and look at swingarm #1 (which is the 929), you'll see them there.

As far as them being different. I remember the widths of the swing arm on each side being different - but they still might be the same bearing, the chain side might just have a bigger gap inside of the pivot. If you call them - they are extremely helpful. They've helped me out a bunch of times (that place is only 20 min. away from me).
 

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If you're talking about the ones that aren't in the picture (#15 for example), if you go back and look at swingarm #1 (which is the 929), you'll see them there.

As far as them being different. I remember the widths of the swing arm on each side being different - but they still might be the same bearing, the chain side might just have a bigger gap inside of the pivot. If you call them - they are extremely helpful. They've helped me out a bunch of times (that place is only 20 min. away from me).
Can't really ring them from here I'm just little confused off the picture. There is the straight line of parts on the front of the swingarm and then there is parts 14, 32, 27 and 32 again on the side of the swingarm??? Maybe i'll have to visit the garage to check what really is in the swingarm.
 
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Can't really ring them from here I'm just little confused off the picture. There is the straight line of parts on the front of the swingarm and then there is parts 14, 32, 27 and 32 again on the side of the swingarm??? Maybe i'll have to visit the garage to check what really is in the swingarm.


There are a total of 3 sets and are front right, front left, and bottom under the swingarm. The ones for the bottom are 14, 32, 27, and 32 for everything. And the two sides are 30, 33, 25, 26, 29, 11, 10, 31, 28, and 31 for everything. The bottom set is where the triangle plates connect to the swingarm. Check out the picture at the bottom.


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There are a total of 3 sets and are front right, front left, and bottom under the swingarm. The ones for the bottom are 14, 32, 27, and 32 for everything. And the two sides are 30, 33, 25, 26, 29, 11, 10, 31, 28, and 31 for everything. The bottom set is where the triangle plates connect to the swingarm. Check out the picture at the bottom.


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Ahh, that makes sense. Great call Sebastian.
 
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Thanks! I allso figured it out after i got out of work yesterday and opened the manual on my computer
 
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