Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by prue1, Jan 11, 2020.
Wanted in usable condition: Bearing spacer for front wheel/hub, 1972 XSB.
It is the center spacer, number 7 (hard to see?), has a hole in the center. Thanks.
Hard to see?
Liken to a "Where's Waldo?" Picture........lol
I was following this in your other thread. The correct part number is 306-25117-00-00. There are 4 on eBay:
Thanks Dog Bunny. I looked at ebay earlier and found nothing. Was the part # required?
When you’re searching for obscure items , searching by entering Yamaha #............
Will often turn up parts listed by the bike dismantlers. Such as Mr. Monkeypaw on EBay.
If you had searched using "XS2 bearing spacer" the same four relevant listings would have been among the results.
One point I was making is that Partzilla had the part number wrong. Other internet parts houses had it right. For example:
You should tell Partzilla about their mistake for a full refund.
Yes, for the most results, you should always search using both the name and the part number. The people selling NOS parts often don't know what the part is, and list using the number they find on the packaging.
Pro Tip: When searching eBay by part number, always delete all pairs of zeros, if any, that are at the end of the number. For example, your full part number is 306-25117-00-00, however searching using that yields no results. Instead, drop both pairs of zeros at the end, and use 306-25117 instead.
Thanks guys, a whole new word of parts is now available at my fingertips
Separate names with a comma.