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Old 09-05-2010, 07:30 PM   #1
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M900 - Usefull Information

Hi

As the original and best Monster these are getting on a bit now, so are probably in need of attention.

So I thought it would be good to have a knowledge base of alternatives to the standard parts, sizes, suppliers and good stuff like that.

Some bits are culled from other threads, other boards and others are taken from my bike, an early 94 M900, if you're adding stuff - please identify which 900 its for.

Yes, this thread is for M900 only, hence being in the M900 section
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Old 09-05-2010, 07:38 PM   #2
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Front wheel bearings - small solid spindle - 6204 2RSH/C3 x 2

Rear wheel bearings - 62203 - 2RSH/C3 x 2

Sprocket carrier - 6005 - 2RSH/C3 x 2

Steering Head - SKF 639172 Outer, SKF 639174 Bearing

Cam belt tensioners - movable pulleys - 6201-2RS

I bought all of the above from the very helpfull people at www.bikebearings.co.uk, good service and cheap.

Exhaust studs - M8 x 60mm < This is too long, I ended up trimming mine, bought from here

http://www.bitzforbikes.co.uk/produc...cessories/list


Headlight glass only, you will need the gasket off your existing lens - www.motobins.co.uk

part no 80200 H/Light lens large twins 1974> 23.00 + VAT

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Old 18-05-2010, 09:11 PM   #3
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Inlet Open 24
Inlet Close 70
Exh Open 58
Exh Close 29
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Old 29-05-2010, 12:25 PM   #4
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Fuel filter

Halfords filter number HHF202 is identical and only 3.69
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Old 04-06-2012, 09:12 PM   #5
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With thanks to Kato

Rear Suspension rocker bearings

Part you need is HK1514

http://simplybearings.co.uk/shop/adv...23e805&x=0&y=0
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Extract from the special parts catalog...

http://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f1...RAY/img097.jpg

I'll scan the rest in at some point if it's of interest

edit, dunno why it isn't showing, it normally does...

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Old 30-08-2012, 08:26 PM   #7
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I guess most seasoned members know, but std rubberised footrests are same as Cagiva Planet.
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M900 forks

k-tech part numbers for slide and guide bushes.

Slide bush SBS-009, 41.71mm x 20mm x 1mm
Guide bush GBS-009, 41mm x 20mm x 2mm
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Front wheel bearings - small solid spindle - 6204 2RSH/C3 x 2

Rear wheel bearings - 62203 - 2RSH/C3 x 2

Sprocket carrier - 6005 - 2RSH/C3 x 2

Steering Head - SKF 639172 Outer, SKF 639174 Bearing

Cam belt tensioners - movable pulleys - 6201-2RS

I bought all of the above from the very helpfull people at www.bikebearings.co.uk, good service and cheap.

Exhaust studs - M8 x 60mm < This is too long, I ended up trimming mine, bought from here

http://www.bitzforbikes.co.uk/produc...cessories/list


Headlight glass only, you will need the gasket off your existing lens - www.motobins.co.uk

part no 80200 H/Light lens large twins 1974> 23.00 + VAT


This comes to light after I order said complete set of bearings from a reputable motorcycle parts trader and not Ebay and when opened they are narrower by 4mm than ones I took out. Funny as I used the specific drop down box related to my model type and year.
So I do a engine search and not only on here but elsewhere there should be an extra 2 in the digits to make its width 16mm.

So the solid axle m900 93
Rear Wheel bearings are pt number 62203-2RS 17 x 40 x 16 against what they supply you 6203-RS 17 x 40 x 12
Front Wheel are 6204-RSH C3
Sprocket carrier are 6005-2RS C3

Now I need to make a complaint to Wemoto

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I guess most seasoned members know, but std rubberised footrests are same as Cagiva Planet.
That may be why the rubber covered ones have Elefants on the underside Albie?
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