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    • #73086
      Adam Gorrell
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      <p style=”text-align: center;”>How’s it going everyone? I was wondering if anyone happened to know where I can find all the sizes of all the bearings on a Tony Kart? I’ve got a couple 09 Tony Kart 125 Shifters and a 09 Tony Kart Rotax Senior Kart that I am looking to swap all the bearings out on and was hoping to find a detailed list of part numbers or at least dimensions so I can get them ordered.</p>
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      <p style=”text-align: center;”>Any help would be greatly appreciated.</p>
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      <p style=”text-align: center;”>Adam</p>

    • #73098
      Matt Martin
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      grab a pair of calipers and measure.

       

      I’d assume the rear axle uses 80mm x 50mm or 90mm x 50mm

      Does the kart use 17mm or 25mm front spindles?

    • #73100
      Adam Gorrell
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      grab a pair of calipers and measure. I’d assume the rear axle uses 80mm x 50mm or 90mm x 50mm Does the kart use 17mm or 25mm front spindles?

      I’m definitely gonna grab a pair and get to measuring but figured I’d ask if there was already a list with part numbers or an exploded view of the kart with all part numbers.

    • #73101
      Matt Martin
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      If it uses the older style spindles (8mm king pin), it’s likely 8mm x 22mm, if it’s newer (10mm king pin) it would be 10mm x 26mm bearing.

      The wheel bearings would be 17 x 35mm if it’s a 17mm spindle; or 25 x 42 x 12mm on the newer, 25mm spindles.

       

      Then, there’s just the uniball on the steering shaft.

    • #73102
      Adam Gorrell
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      If it uses the older style spindles (8mm king pin), it’s likely 8mm x 22mm, if it’s newer (10mm king pin) it would be 10mm x 26mm bearing. The wheel bearings would be 17 x 35mm if it’s a 17mm spindle; or 25 x 42 x 12mm on the newer, 25mm spindles. Then, there’s just the uniball on the steering shaft.

      Awesome. Thank you so much for your help. Much appreciated.

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