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October 13th, 2014, 02:38 AM   #91
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I almost read the entire thread and the more I read the more confused I get
What I realy want to know and still can't figure out after reading this is what bearings should I use for a fs570.. (this thread is mostly about the previous gen)
This is the oem part:
0412357217 CYL.ROLLER BEAR. NJ 207ECP C4
PS I live in belgium (europe) so ordering OEM ktm parts is no problem but maybe other parts are hard to get...
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the oem part is good in the 570

there is a ktm part number that gets you the same bearing for a better price

bergsmlerg posted the details.. id search for it but my internet is slowed

edit; tourist found a thread Planning a 570 rebuild
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I'm just starting rebuilding my 03 650. I'm getting the crank itself done at Taffy's. Does anyboby have a recommendation on the mains, manufacturer and codes please?
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brand: NTN NJ206 ET2XCS46 this available through KTM, part Number 50330082000
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brand: NTN NJ206 ET2XCS46 this available through KTM, part Number 50330082000
This is what i have bought
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brand: NTN NJ206 ET2XCS46 this available through KTM, part Number 50330082000
Thanks buddy, I'll get some ordered.
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STP files in zip of the sleeves I used

posted for Goose to amuse his machinist with
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File Type: zip bearing sleeves.zip (11.1 KB, 49 views)
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Originally Posted by bushmechanic View Post
STP files in zip of the sleeves I used

posted for Goose to amuse his machinist with
you must have felt your ears burning! I was thinking about asking you if you had a template on my way home from work last night. Was dead tired so I put it off and . . . low and behold, there it is!! Thanks Bushie!
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The best option for our mains is the NTN rollers, thats for sure, but those are moving inside the crancases too. What if we use the ball bearings? I know that don't last as rollers but we could use ceramics. I use them on rc engines and last much longer than steel.
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