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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-20-2017, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
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05 Speedmaster rear wheel bearings

Trying to find the measurements of all three of the bearings in the rear wheel assembly. Tried Google and various parts diagrams and have only gotten one so far (20x47x14). Need the other two. Anyone have them? Please?!

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Scroll down on this link, there's parts numbers & sizes listed mate....

http://www.bonnevilleamerica.com/for...?Number=171049

Copied & pasted from the link....

Part numbers:
TA front wheel (2) 5559170-001, Triumph # 3800015-T0301
SM front wheel (2) 5577210-001
Size from other post - 25 x 47 x 12 - VXB # 6005-2RS

TA rear brake side (1) 5559171-001, Triumph # 3800016-T0301
SM rear brake side (1) 5577211-001
Size from BB site (SM) - 20 x 52 x 15 - VXB # 6304-2RS

TA rear drive side (1) 5559172-001, Triumph # 3800017-T0301
SM rear drive side (1) 5577212-001
Size from BB site (SM) - 20 x 47 x 14 - VXB # 6204-2RS

TA rear drive hub (1) 5559173-001, Triumph # 3800018-T0301
SM rear drive hub (1) 5559173-001 (the same! and the same as the fronts!)
ergo, size from other post - 25 x 47 x 12 - VXB # 6005-2RS

The drive hub bearing id is larger because there is a spacer that fits into it.
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Thanks, I did find that post, obviously didn't scroll far enough.
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