Rear Wheel Bearing sizes

Anything to do with the 1200 GranPasso series
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corsaro chris
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Rear Wheel Bearing sizes

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It'll be a standard bearing - but what size / reference?

A back up query, just in case I can't get any from my 'normal supplier'...

It's loose at 24,000 miles; I'm told it's because I clean the bike (so that cannot be true, surely?)

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Re: Rear Wheel Bearing sizes

Post by MickeyMoto »

The only proper way is to remove the wheel and look on the bearing. Or the parts book. The bearing should be sealed, unless you use a pressure washer they should last.

Do you torque up the rear wheel? The ft in the torque figure means @#$%^&* tight.
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