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Many thanks Alan...all sorted. Bearings weren't marked other than "Yugoslavia" but 6205 is correct. Got them from simply bearings made by SKF...hope they last longer than the originals.
Hi Chris. I have just done mine this weekend along with brake cylinders and shoes!
Any bearing shop will carry them. I use Anglia bearings in Ipswich as they hold good quality spares, but then they wouldn't be any good to you if you don't live in the area!!
Or go on e-bay and search 6205RS. They are a standard car / bike size. There are two per hub. It would be better if you could remove the bearings first and double check the bearings code which is etched on the bearing side face (in this case 6205RS). This is the size and type code. You need the sealed type.
Hope you have an easier job that me. Every blessed bolt was seized solid. Once off its a fairly straightforward job. However popping the new bearings in the freezer for a couple of hours meant they virtually dropped back into place.
Good luck. If I can be of any help please let me know.
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