Rear wheel bearing broke - need help around Fort Nelson

Discussion in 'Canada' started by AdventureLeo, Sep 29, 2019.

  1. AdventureLeo

    AdventureLeo Been here awhile

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    Hi there bikers!

    On my way from Alaska to Vancouver (CA) my rear wheel bearing just quit it's job... ;-( The gear wobbles like a cow-tail (Kuhschwanz) but I think I can make it to Fort Nelson somehow... I am hoping to find some help there.. Any recommendation for a mechanic in this area would be highly appreciated? Since it's Sunday all shops will w closed anyhow... Getting the necessary bearing will probably the biggest adventure up here!
    Attached some pictures - so you might get an idea...

    Bearing should be 6006 DDU2CG23S6NM (KTM spare parts)

    Might be someone around that knows a solution?!? ;-)

    Keep on riding! Picture of my KTM 1190 is not from here - but so you got an idea what I am riding on!

    I keep u updated!

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    Martin

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  2. cyclopathic

    cyclopathic Long timer

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    Take the bearing mfg/number and find xref. I found SKF replacement in NAPA in Dawson; this was for wee-strom and it was 27 CAD.

    Also maybe there's an xref list Google it good luck.
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  3. AdventureLeo

    AdventureLeo Been here awhile

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    Hi there - I know already it's a 6006! I also got a ride to Fort Nelson tomorrow...

    So I hope to can fix it there! ;-) Unfortunately looks like the two spacers are bad as well (27/24)... So Need to find a solution for this!

    Greetings
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  4. Allrpm

    Allrpm Been here awhile

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    Lordco or a parts store may have them otherwise get them shipped overnight from Motion to an address up there.

    RPM
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  5. rob1313

    rob1313 Still learning

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    Spacers shouldn’t be that hard. That’s an oil field town. Look for any decent machinist that’s slow and have a set made.

    Hope it’s on the road again soon
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