All Balls steering bearing & seal Kit. Quality wheel bearing and seal kit for many of the mid sized Honda's from the 60's and early 70's. Includes everything shown, 2 bearings, 2 seals and 1 washer.
All Balls Number: 22-1066
CB160 - 1965-1969
CL160 Scrambler - 1966-1968
CA175 Touring - 1968-1970
CB175K - 1969-1973
CL175K Scrambler - 1968-1973
SL175K - 1970-1971
XL175K - 1973-1978
CB200K - 1974
CB200T - 1975-1976
CL200 Scrambler - 1974
CR250M Elsinore - 1973
TL250 Trials - 1975-1976
XL250K - 1972-1976
XL350K - 1974-1978
All Balls Installation Instructions:
Use a long punch (should have a good edge) Remove any Circlips or retainers. Insert the punch into the wheel and catch the edge of the bearing on the other side. Using a hammer, hit the punch and work around the entire circumference of the bearing. The bearing and seal will eventually be pushed out of the wheel hub. The second bearing can be removed using a punch, a long socket or other suitable driver. Note: The bearings will be damaged during the removal process and should not be reused. The hammer blows transmit their impact through the balls causing small flat spots, which will cause the bearing to quickly fail if reused.
- Inner Spacer: Check the bore to make certain it is clean and the axle easily passes through it. Check each end for wear and burrs. The edges must be square to seat properly against the new bearings. If the old bearings failed it is a good idea to confirm that the center spacer has not been damaged. Make sure the inner space is the same length or slightly longer than the bearing stops in the hub or carrier.
- Wheel Hub: Clean the hub, removing any dirt and corrosion. Make certain not to remove metal. This will adversely affect bearing fit.
- Outer Wheel Spacers: Clean the outer wheel spacers and inspect them for wear on either end as well as wear on the outer surface where it makes contact with the seal. If the spacers are excessively worn they should be replaced.
- Note 1: Improper installation can cause bearing damage and dramatically reducing bearing life.
- Note 2: Heating the wheel hub will cause the hub to expand slightly and will make bearing installation easier.