Motion pro bearing retainer tool. This tool removes the rear wheel bearing on many of the vintage Honda's. Make sure the posts are fully seated prior to turning the tool. 19mm hex head. Fits the Honda part numbers listed below and the models listed below.
Note: This does not fit the CB750K
Replaces Honda Tool: 07710-0010100
Fits Honda Part Number: 41231-286-000, 41231-429-000
CR250M Elsinore - 1973-1975
MR250 Elsinore - 1976
XL250K Motosport - 1972-1973
CB350F Four - 1972-1974
CB350G Super Sport - 1973
CB350K Super Sport - 1968-1973
CL350K Scrambler - 1968-1973
SL350K Motosport - 1969-1973
CB360K - 1974
CB360G - 1974
CB360T - 1975-1976
CL360K Scrambler - 1974-1975
CJ360T - 1976-1977
CB400F Super Sport - 1975-1977
CB750F Super Sport - 1975-1982 (Does not Fit CB750K)
CB900C Custom - 1980-1982
CB900F Super Sport - 1981-1982
CBX - 1979-1982
GL1000 - 1976-1979
GL1000LTD Gold Wing Limited Edition - 1976
GL1100 Gold Wing - 1980-1982
GL1100I Gold Wing Interstate - 1980-1982
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Tool is good quality and fit is perfect. Made removal easy and did not damage retainer.
This is necessary too for rear wheel bearing work on a variety of over Hondas. Sturdy construction and the best price was at 4 into 1.
Strong and heavy construction, which is good for this application. However, the splines were not spaced correctly to work on my 1974 CB350f, which required some alteration to the retainer ring. I got it to work anyway and the retainer came out in pieces because it was so badly stuck.
For all the hassle of making your own tool or trying other methods to get the bearing retainer off just buy this tool. Took me all of 3 seconds to get the retainer off once i had this tool. Also thanks to the guys at 4into1 fopr the fast postage. I had this tool in Australia within a week!
I tried to weld one up on my own and it was a hassle that never really was strong enough so I had to buy this anyway. It fits perfect and is well worth the money...especially when you need to crank a new retainer in and the threads are partly mangled due to the old locking punch marks.