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Posted by Anonymous on
Bearing number of Honda Activa for any model is 6004 for Rear Wheel and 6201 for front wheel. I get it replaced recently. SKF are good bearing you can use as spare. I did not cost more. 10 Jan 2015. it
Posted on Jan 10, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first check your speedometer cable if it is not destroyed. This is caused by pulling your motorcycle reversed or backwards too often. So, all you have to do is replace it. Here in the Philippines it will just cost you P70.00. That's almost $2 USD. I don't know in your country.
You have a nice Honda activa motorcycle!!!
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Hello unless there something unusual about the front wheel.
bearing removal is not difficult
once you have the wheel off remove the seals on both sides.
remove any internal snap rings or retaining rings.
now the correct way to remove the bearings is with a bearing remover its a shaft with an expandable tip and a weighted slide. when the end is inserted into the center race of the wheel bearing then the shaft is turned to expand the expandable end locking it in place then you use the weighted slide on the shaft to drive it out.
replacing the bearings easiest way is ti use a press not everyone has one of those a bearing driver or and old socket can be used to drive in the new bearings just make sure it is smaller than the inside diameter of the bearing hole and just enough to make contact with the outer bearing race do not force or make contact with the center race.
Hope this helps you out
Posted on May 11, 2010
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Support the bike. Remove front axle nut and remove the axle, releasing the front wheel. Using a flat screwdriver, remove the rubber seals. Use a blunt object that will fit through the axle hole along with a hammer to drive each of the 2 bearings out from the back side. Work by tapping lightly and working around the bearing a little at a time until it pops out. Replace each of the bearings in a similar fashion, working slowly and carefully until the first bearing is in. Install the center bearing spacer tube and install the other bearing. Next replace the dust seals and reinstall the wheel.
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
I'm pretty sure your '99 model uses the 3/4" wheel bearing while the later year models use a 1" bearing. I'm not sure what year they changed on your Softail. By looking for a change in the part number for the wheel bearing in a parts book will tell you what year they changed.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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