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This is a discussion on Seized idler wheel bearing within the General forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; [img][/img] now that i took it out and i know what im looking AT as you can tell those bearings arnt budging!!! SO! do i ...

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    now that i took it out and i know what im looking AT as you can tell those bearings arnt budging!!! SO! do i have to buy the entire thing? and is this gonna still cost me 5$ or is it gonna be over 20 plus$ the idler wheel it self is in great shape btw this is for a 95 xlt special



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    Idler wheel bearings are pretty cheap, i Usually buy 10 packs from royal distibuting for about $30, It's a good idea do them every year or so.

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    I get all my bearings from VXB.com very cheap most of their idler wheel bearings are 3-5 dollars each or 10pk for aroun 20 dollars. Put in the bearing numbers(if their read able) or measure the bearing size and put that in.

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    ok so what will i have to buy? everything in the picture? cause those bearings WILL NOT MOVE i soaked it in wd 40 for like a hour and they are froze in there

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    Quote Originally Posted by 95-xlt-600-special
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    now that i took it out and i know what im looking AT as you can tell those bearings arnt budging!!! SO! do i have to buy the entire thing? and is this gonna still cost me 5$ or is it gonna be over 20 plus$ the idler wheel it self is in great shape btw this is for a 95 xlt special


    Never mind guys i got it thanks for your help i didnt relize that part in the middle of the bearing came out like that it was so badly froze i didnt think anything else would of moved

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    ^ You need a bearing but as people said buy them for all the wheels and redo them all. It is a common item that is considered maintenance. They go all the time because they live in snow hell. See, look at this picture of a common 6205 bearing
    http://cgi.ebay.com/10-6205-2RS-RS-Quality-Bearings-25x52x15-6205-RS_W0QQitemZ220385076376QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_Defa ultDomain_0?hash=item334ff96498 (NOTE - I do not know if your sled takes 6205's or not)


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    Quote Originally Posted by arcticcatmatt
    ^ You need a bearing but as people said buy them for all the wheels and redo them all. It is a common item that is considered maintenance. They go all the time because they live in snow hell. See, look at this picture of a common 6205 bearing
    http://cgi.ebay.com/10-6205-2RS-RS-Quality-Bearings-25x52x15-6205-RS_W0QQitemZ220385076376QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_Defa ultDomain_0?hash=item334ff96498 (NOTE - I do not know if your sled takes 6205's or not)

    i beleave it says 6205 LU


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    That is fine aslong as it is sealed and says 6205(LU,RS,HS)all those will still work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleM800
    Idler wheel bearings are pretty cheap, i Usually buy 10 packs from royal distibuting for about $30, It's a good idea do them every year or so.
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    so is a 6205lu interchangable with a 6205-2rs?

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