Honda aero transmission bearings

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Honda aero transmission bearings

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Was wondering if anyone can point me in the direction where I can buy the driveshaft bearings and final shaft bearing for a Honda aero 86 thanks?
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Other than fleaBay, the most reliable place I know for Honda scooter parts is https://www.cmsnl.com/.
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Thanks man everywhere I look they were discontinued
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Then look for parts for the Peugeot SV and SR series of scooters from the 1990's. The engine packs (including the drive) are licensed from Honda and are compatible.
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Most bearings will have a number on either the outer or inner race, that number can be used at most any bearing supply company in most any larger town. Sometimes the Honda parts catalog will also list the inside diameter, outside diameter and width, or you could just measure yours, with those dimensions a bearing supply company can once again help you. If all else fails you could buy a couple parts scooters and salvage the bearings.
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The 6201, 6203 and 6204 bearings are all readily available from Honda ( as well as every bearing supply company).
Only the 6202 bearing was the only one that Honda doesn't provide anymore, however every bearing supply company has them readily available.
When it comes to bearings that are not marked, you just need to know the inside diameter, outside diameter and width, then most every bearing supply company can get what you need.
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