6001 puch moped sealed wheel bearing + hobbit clutch bell!!
6001 moped sealed wheel bearing


bearing for sealed bearing moped wheels and honda hobbit clutch bells!! radddddd and oh this just in, also for honda MB5 transmission (remove seals)!

puch, peugeot? aaahhhhhhhhh.. . ..measure first or feel the pain if wasted $$, for sure the stock replacement on puch five star front and puch rear and front spoked.

for honda MB5 you need two of these for a complete rebuild.

we only carry high quality SKF, NKE, FAG or NTN C3 clearance bearings.

28mm OD
12mm ID

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5 of 5 fits perfectly in a hobbit clutch bell May 22, 2013
taco eater : Ryan Nash from Columbia, MO United States  
heat the bell up, stick a screw driver through and tap on the edge of the spacer (SOFTLY!) and it should push the bearing out.  put the spacer back in, heat up the bell again and slap the new bearing in with the side without the seal facing in (seal side facing out).  voila... new bearing... happy hobbit bell!

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4 of 5 Not quite for 5 stars June 9, 2011
taco eater : michael cohen from Medford, MA United States  
These were 1mm off on my gold 5 stars. Used some .5mm shim stock and was good to go.

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5 of 5 Works with a shim October 7, 2010
taco eater : Joel Kvernmo from seattle, WA United States  
On the Puch spokers I had they had an ID of 29mm.  So if you get .5mm stainless steel shim material these will fit perfect.

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5 of 5 pa50/hobbit vario bearing! July 20, 2010
taco eater : Justin from Renofrancisco, CANV United States  
Also fits your hobbit variator (and pulleys for you unvariated people)! This is the inside bearing. Just remember to pop off one of the seals before you press it in.

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