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You may be able to cross reference the Yamaha number to a different make, or if you have the bearing, look on the edge for numbers and cross reference those. Most sleds used the same size bearing, and there are different price ranges. Better bearings can be as much as $20 or more each, but you can find places that sell way less expensive bearings for $2-4 bucks each. For bogey wheels, I go with the cheap ones, they are easy to get to when they go bad. For jackshaft or drive shaft bearings, I pop for the spendy OEM ones as they are a pain to get to.


This company shows 'em for pretty cheap...

 
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