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Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: big_papa_nuts on January 06, 2007, 11:48:01 PM
this will be a compiled list of common bearing and bolt/nut thread sizes.

Bearings


6000
-Odyssey Vandero hub
-Primo N4 hub


6202
-Geisha/Federal/Reverse non drive side hub bearing


6303
-Reloader non drive side hub bearing


6802
-Profile cassette driver bearing (9t^)
-Geisha/Federal/Reverse driver bearings
-Primo Mix driver bearings (& needle/bushing)
-Proper driver bearings
-Madera driver bearings


6804
-Gsport Marmoset bearing


6902
-Odyssey cassette body bearing
-Odyssey driver bearing (10t^)
-Primo Pro driver bearing
-Demolition Anorexia hub bearing
-Proper Magnalite 2


6903
-Madera hub bearing
-Primo Mix cassette hub bearing
-Odyssey Vandero2 hub bearing
-Profile Mini hub bearing


6904
-Gsport Homer hub bearings
-Gsport Monkey hub bearings


7905
-Geshia/Reloader/Federal/Reverse the drive side hub bearinga


R12
-MID 19mm bb bearing


hk1210
-Fly Ruben pedals (roller bearing)


697zz (697 2rs)
-Fly Ruben pedals (sealed bearing)  
 

(http://rampplans.org/forums/uploads/profile_bearings.jpg)
Profile Hub bearing set.


Nice site for sealed bearing dimensions, etc.
http://www.endurobearings.com/products/enduro_bearings.html


thanks for contributing; alittlekidsbike, Ride2Live2Ride, super.chief, marsh, BurlyAsFack, theboredbmxer
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: couch on January 07, 2007, 02:16:14 AM
Threaded bits

1/4 - .875
-Profile Slim Jim clamp bolt


5/16-18
-most american made stem bolts
-RNC spindle thread


5/16-24
-Unsealed Jim C locknut


3/8-24

-Profile cranks
-The House/Premium female axles
-Gsport Marmoset/Monkey hub (1.5" length)
-Odyssey Vandero2
-Stolen Team crank spindle
-Colony Clone hub
-Demolition Mary Kate hub
-Shadow Raptor hub
-Superstar Overdrive hub


3/8-26

-KHE Gaysha hub
-most thru axle front hubs
-Primo Jewels/Andys nuts


3/8-16
-Profile mini female axles (1.5" length)
-Madera female axle

M4x0.70
- S&M / Fit Gyro tab

M5x0.80
- Odyssey Evo Knarp bolts (5mm length)


M6x1.0
-standard brake mounts (20mm length)
-removable brake mounts (15mm length)
-brake pads
-Odyssey brake lever bolts (15 & 20mm length)


M8x1.25
-most overseas stem bolts
-Primo pinchbolts
-Stolen Team cranks sprocket bolt (small)
-Fit cranks sprocket bolt (small)


M10x1.0
-Twombolt sprocket bolt
-Wombolt spindle bolt (solid)
-Wombolt sprocket bolt
-Wethepeople Supreme front hub bolts
-Flybikes hub bolt
-Eclat hub bolts


M10x1.25
-Oversize Star Nut
-S&M/Fit Compression Cap
-Tree H10 Compression Cap


M10x1.5
-Pivotal seat bolt (50mm length)
-Stolen Team cranks sprocket bolt (large)
-Fit cranks sprocket bolt (large)



M11x1.0

-Primo spindle


9/16-18
-Gsport Homer bolts/helicoil


9/16-20
-right pedal/crank



9/16-20 (left hand)

-left pedal/crank



M12x1.25

-Twombolt spindle bolt  (hollow)
-Profile GDH (extra hollow) crank bolts



M14x1.0

-14mm axles


M14 x 1.25

-Gsport Ratchet bolts



M15 x 1

-Flybikes cranks.


M20x1.5
-Tree bar ends

M24x1.5
-Odyssey Compression Cap
-Standard Byke Compression Cap
-ZodiacEng. Compression Cap


M25x1.5
-Stln Compression Cap


1.37x24
-euro bottom brackets
-freewheel thread


Excellent source for custom bolts and conversion kits;     Blue Six Bikes (http://www.bluesixbikes.com/)



thanks for contributing; pegs, Leon_Sumbitches, don-231, big_papa_nuts, JeffersonC, jonathan, super.chief, Ride2Live2Ride, Pedrofsky, atxboy, Andras, Ainsworth112294
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: RideFour15 on January 07, 2007, 11:38:31 AM
Quote from: couch;1598686
M8x1.25
-most overseas stems
-primo pinchbolts

Any metric stem I've used was size 6, not 8.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: RideFour15 on January 07, 2007, 12:12:30 PM
Quote from: TheHouseProduct;1599094

Nope, you have always used a 6mm wrench.  That has nothing to do with the threads.  A G-Sport uses a 9/16" wrench, but has 3/8" threads.


I didn't realize M8 was the thread, I thought it was the size of the bolt like the imperial ones listed before it.  So is the 1.25 the length of the bolt then?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: greenreese on January 07, 2007, 02:34:30 PM
Quote from: RideFour15;1599129
I didn't realize M8 was the thread, I thought it was the size of the bolt like the imperial ones listed before it.  So is the 1.25 the length of the bolt then?


Picture book.

(http://www.mcmaster.com/library/1/1042397/92290A426L.GIF)

(http://www.mcmaster.com/library/1/1062884/92488A264L.GIF)
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: don-231 on December 09, 2007, 05:38:47 PM
primo euro bb bearing size anyone?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: reebzor on December 17, 2007, 06:04:30 PM
Anyone know the measurements for Thomson elite seat post and elite road stem.

thanks.

*edit: Stem face are M5x18mm and the steer tube are M5x21mm
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: couch on January 02, 2008, 03:07:35 PM
Quote from: moltenbykes;2165080
Kenny, hate to correct you, but I know for a fact that the RNC bolts are 3/8"-16tpi. Why? Because I ran them in my mini front hub for about 6 months.


I know for a FACT that the RNC cranks I WAS RUNNING before I bought Wombolts used a 5/16-18 thread in each end of the spindle. As with most small companies, a running change is completely possible. They may have changed this up considering the heads on the 5/16-18 bolts pulled off of the thread. The broach was too deep on the ones I had, and the 3/16" broach intersected with the minor diameter of the thread.

I know this because I had to shorten my spindle, remill the square and drill/tap the thread deeper on one side. I also used one of my stem bolts when I had to tighten the cranks since both of the spindle bolts broke, as mentioned above.

There was nothing wrong with the spindle length, however if you remember, I faced the back of the arms so I needed to shorten the spindle. I wanted a smaller Q-Factor.

Anyways, long story short, mine were 5/16-18, yours were 3/8-16.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: .Lee. on March 06, 2009, 04:15:51 PM
What's the threading on a star fangled nut? One like this (http://www.danscomp.com/309015.php?cat=PARTS), incase there is two sizes.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: couch on April 28, 2009, 01:27:34 PM
Quote from: barcode1090;2956228
bearing for 19mm spindle.


Spanish bottom brackets use modified 6904's

The 22mm spindle version is 20mmx37mmx9mm
The "19mm" is .750"x37mmx9mm

Reason I put 19mm in "" is because it isn't 19mm. It uses a .750" (3/4") ID, not 19mm. Profile cranks and the like are not 19mm. They are 3/4". Do not get the two confused, they are not compatable.

.750" = 19.05mm
0.05mm = .002"

In terms of bearing/spindle fit .002" is wayyyyyyy too much press.

Id your bearing was in reality 19mm your spindle wouldn't fit unless it was made .002" undersize, which is highly unlikely.

So to answer your question, the bearing you are looking for is a modified 6904 with a 3/4" ID. You won't find this anywhere but at a bike shop.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: couch on April 28, 2009, 04:52:41 PM
The Tree H10 headset cap is the same thread as the freestyle starnut... It is also the same thread used on S&M/Fit forks.

M10x1.25
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: couch on May 08, 2009, 05:44:52 PM
22mm MID bearing isn't an off the shelf bearing. You're only going to find them at bike shops.

They are based off the R12 bearings which is 3/4" x 1-5/8" x 7/16" IDxODxW respectively.

22mm MID bearings are 22mm x 1-5/8" x 7/16"
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Ride2Live2Ride on July 09, 2009, 10:41:13 PM
Spanish Bearings......

(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3472/3705492407_c693d66a6e_b.jpg)
go big: http://www.flickr.com/photos/29414553@N02/3705492407/sizes/o/

(http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3624/3705491333_acc515d713_b.jpg)
go big: http://www.flickr.com/photos/29414553@N02/3705491333/sizes/o/

(http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2441/3705404437_bc1d1b0851_o.jpg)
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: couch on July 09, 2009, 10:51:06 PM
Pumped on your stuff Nick.
:cheers:
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Ride2Live2Ride on July 09, 2009, 10:59:23 PM
Quote from: couch;3029983
Pumped on your stuff Nick.
:cheers:


Thanks man. I will try to keep posting stuff over the year ( a lot this week). I just have to creep around my old hard drive and see what I am able to post. I almost wish I still had my bike so I could rip off some more random bearing sizes and information.....
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: S&MBIKERIDER on July 25, 2009, 01:28:12 AM
What bolt size is the grub screw in a lucky bolt?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: streetStreet on October 11, 2009, 09:33:16 PM
TSUP,

Do you guys know the Spindle Bolt info for the Fly Cranks?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: streetStreet on October 11, 2009, 09:52:09 PM
I'm really just wondering if any bluesix bolts would fit the spindle?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: super_chief on October 11, 2009, 10:07:08 PM
doesn't look like it.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: streetStreet on October 11, 2009, 10:10:09 PM
Boourns I say!
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: RoRy on November 11, 2009, 02:10:25 PM
could anyone please write the sizes of a bearing for dyssey casette hub? in milimeters would be great. Thanks
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: super_chief on November 11, 2009, 02:11:43 PM
Quote from: RoRy;3135188
could anyone please write the sizes of a bearing for dyssey casette hub? in milimeters would be great. Thanks


http://www.endurobearings.com/products/enduro_bearings.html

provided in the first link, and the bearing of an odyssey cassette is listed in the first link also. put two and two together.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Ainsworth112294 on January 06, 2010, 02:38:41 PM
Fit/S&M Gyro Tab. The bold that come with it that threads into the frame is M4x.7
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Eggit2 on January 11, 2010, 12:01:13 PM
The gsport ratchet runs on two 6904s. Not that anyone needs to know since I am pretty sure I am the only person to blow those things out.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Big Ben on January 11, 2010, 12:04:36 PM
i thought you run a coaster
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: smalley on January 11, 2010, 12:12:39 PM
Quote from: Eggit2;3185357
The gsport ratchet runs on two 6904s. Not that anyone needs to know since I am pretty sure I am the only person to blow those things out.


big up myself
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Eggit2 on January 11, 2010, 11:46:01 PM
Quote from: Big Ben;3185361
i thought you run a coaster

I go back and forth as my coaster ends up out of commission every month or so when the bearings die.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Alice Glass on January 22, 2010, 02:20:08 AM
Gsport Homers use 14mm bolts, correct?

Edit: Bolts that fit into a 14mm dropout slot
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: big_papa_nuts on January 22, 2010, 09:56:08 AM
Quote from: alice glass.;3195861
Gsport Homers use 14mm bolts, correct?

Edit: Bolts that fit into a 14mm dropout slot


Nope, 9/16" which is like 14.2875. But they should fit in most places a 14mm bolt would.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Alice Glass on January 22, 2010, 04:03:40 PM
Thank you.
I saw Homers laced to Ribcages for $89 on Dan's.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: brian itzaina on February 10, 2010, 05:07:26 PM
any one know the size and tpi for drilling and tapping a frame for removable gyro mounts?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Tubes6al4v on February 10, 2010, 05:45:48 PM
M3 x 0.5

http://www.bmx-u.com/index.php?title=Adding_Gyro_Tabs
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: brian itzaina on February 10, 2010, 06:27:08 PM
Thanks^
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Alice Glass on March 08, 2010, 04:01:46 PM
I'm not sure this belongs on here, but I would like to know if a 16t Shimano freewheel will fit a rear Homer. Thanks
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Tubes6al4v on March 08, 2010, 04:27:58 PM
Homers used to be available in both small (metric, for going down to 13t) and large (SAE? for 16+ freewheels) threads. If yours is one of the newer (Taiwan) hubs, then no, it won't work.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Alice Glass on March 08, 2010, 07:26:13 PM
Ohh, yeah I bet it's a Taiwanese because I ordered it from the Odyssey Online store, thanks for the info
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Tommy A on April 23, 2010, 08:33:46 AM
Can anyone tell me the size for a Fly lever? Not the pivot bolt.
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Professor Horatio Hufnagel on June 21, 2010, 08:27:14 AM
M10 x 1.5mm is also Primo cranks' sprocket bolt
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Professor Horatio Hufnagel on July 07, 2010, 03:41:26 AM
Hoffman Solemate corner pins/nuts: M4 x 0.7mm (default/coarse thread for M4)
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Allatt on August 02, 2010, 11:14:20 AM
anyone know if any bluesix bolt fits the eclat tibia spindle?
my friend stripped the stock one first go derp.
x
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Professor Horatio Hufnagel on August 03, 2010, 03:46:39 AM
Fly gyro tabs M3 x 0.5mm
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Brendan O. on September 20, 2010, 10:12:54 AM
Anyone happens to know the number of the needle bearing that goes in the odyssey 9t drivers?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: band aid on October 16, 2010, 08:15:33 PM
proper microlite front hub bolts? (https://02c2332.netsolstores.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1551&strVarSel=7553)
3/8"x24tpi or 10x1mm?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Boomhauer on December 19, 2011, 01:13:28 AM
I want to convert my hub from 3/8 (or 10mm) to 14mm.

My hub uses 6000LS bearings which are apparently 10mm I.D. 26mm O.D. 8mm width.

Do I have any bearing options without modification?
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Professor Horatio Hufnagel on December 19, 2011, 01:26:27 AM
http://www.google.com/#q=15mm+x+26mm+x+8mm+bearing

A slightly narrower bearing could work if you take up the space to keep the spacing at 100mm

You also need a 14mm axle with the bearing shoulders the distance apart as your 3/8" axle's ones are
Title: common bearing and bolt/nut sizes
Post by: Boomhauer on December 19, 2011, 01:38:04 AM
Since I can't find anything on Round Wheels anymore I'd have to have my axle measured but I think I know a machine shop I could have that done at..

From what I'm getting of that Google link, the bearing size I am wanting does not exist, so you're suggesting I find a slimmer width and take up the extra space Profile style (shims)?

EDIT: http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id213.html (http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id213.html)

MR 1526 LLB
DIMENSIONS ............................................. 15mm x 26mm x 7mm
SEALS ................................................................................ "LLB"
BALL MATERIAL ................................................... Chromium Steel
BALL GRADE ........................................................................... 10
RACES ................................................................. Chromium Steel
APPLICATION ............................................................. Wheel Hub
GREASE ............................................................  Mobile HP 222  

______________________________________________________________________

Could that be my best bet? and just use a 1mm shim/washer on either side outbound of the bearing?
I assume that the dimensions are correct since it doesn't seem to provide which MM is the I.D./O.D./Width? which I'm just guessing are specified in that order on all bearings.

Anything I should look for to find the most durable bearing I can get?