INA HF1616 one way bearing for honda hobbit
INA HF1616 one way bearing for honda hobbit
 
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HF1616 one way caged needle bearing for hobbit, derbi and even vespa hackers n tuners!

BEWARE this is for racing ONLY. these do not last forever, in fact the service life of them is quite short....don't plan on putting this on your daily driver.

this bearing allows you to remove your starter clutch shoes which directly translates into better (faster) acceleration and throttle response!

note that you will need a new inner bushing because the ID of this one-way bearing is one millimeter larger than that of the stock bearing (16mm vs 15mm). i believe the pa50i bushing has the correct ID? either way, plan on getting a bushing made or sourcing one with a 16mm OD.

superior quality by INA germany

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5 of 5 fun April 2, 2019
taco eater : william caldwell from san francisco, CA United States  
just make sure you re-grease that one way bearing every like 4-500 miles or so and it should last for a while. got a few thousand miles on one mounted in a piston port clutch bell, a few thousand on one in a flatreed clutch bell, a few miles on a single speed vespa bell... all bikes are no longer with me but are still working fine.

currently running one in a hobbit DR setup and expect it to last a while before anything needs changed.

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5 of 5 Remember to use that good good. August 12, 2018
taco eater : Travis Noll from Mount Joy, PA United States  
I blew up my first one using cheap generic grease within 2 miles of riding. Used my good synthetic grease and the second has been running great for a month or so.

Remember. Use that good grease.

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5 of 5 Works fine, don't you worry about it April 11, 2018
taco eater : Jesse Stephenson from Portland, OR United States  
Every single tomos uses a similar bearing for the kickstarting part of the motor. Ever hear of a tomos not kickstarting? Nope. Done these, used on last year on a Baker's Dozen bike, it's perfectly fine, just like every clutch pulley. Can't over rev the engine any worse than the always engaged starter shoes so don't you fret.

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5 of 5 Trickmetric ain't makin no sense March 30, 2018
taco eater : Jonathan Feldman from Portland, OR United States  
Same concept as Peugeot / moby clutch pulley.
I currently have one of these in my flat reed variant.
Been well over a year with zero issues.
Game changer if you ask me.
No starter shoes AND no bobo pullstart.
Holler.

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5 of 5 Also disagree. March 29, 2018
taco eater : Eds Moped Shop from Omaha, NE United States  
I have this bearing in a few of my Derbis that are bikes i ride all the time. It works great. Once you’re moving and the clutch is engaged, the bearing no longer moves. So saying that the momentum of your rear wheel makes it spin your crank up is just silly.
Keep your eyes pealed, we will have machined spacers available for these along with a higher quality HF1616.

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