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Greg King

07 YZ 450 Lower Steering Bearing

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I may have posted this already, but my computer crashed. I am having a heck of a time finding out what the correct part number is for the lower steering bearing on an 07 YZ 450F. The local Yamaha shop ordered one but it would not fit and they swear it is the right number. The factory is overnighting another one to see if it was packaged wrong. The part number they gave me was 93332-000-81. Can someone confirm this part or give me an aftermarket part number??

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You know, could be-jacked up cataloging.

Type this p/n in at Rocky mountain

Part# 1005880017

Both upper and lower $32.99

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that all ballls # fits all the 450 aluminum frames including the WR

shouldn't be that hard to find

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the thing that sucks is that the bearing is a pretty off the shelf unit and exactly the same as the upper....with one minor detail. it is a special because the inner race diameter is I believe 1mm larger........bastards...

I know that was off topic, but I had to vent...

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93332-00068-00
I was told that was an obsolete part number for the upper bearing, which is now 93332-00078-00

And you are correct in that.

The lower bearing is 93332-00081-00

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the thing that sucks is that the bearing is a pretty off the shelf unit and exactly the same as the upper....with one minor detail. it is a special because the inner race diameter is I believe 1mm larger........bastards...

I know that was off topic, but I had to vent...

You forgot the other major minor detail: The lower steering head seal is incorporated into the bearing "cone" assembly.

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yep.....Make that 2 items.....that is what the plastic top to a coffee can lid is for....

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Fascinating...

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Faced with the circumstances, i'm finding this thread to be most illogical....

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