Jeffsey CF Pro E*13 TRSr Wheel Bearings

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Jeffsey CF Pro E*13 TRSr Wheel Bearings
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Posted: Oct 8, 2019 at 2:19 Quote
Hi

I have a TRSr 27.5 Wheelset and the rear Axle bearings need replacing. I cannot find anything on this wheelset and the Genuine replacement E*13 bearings do not list 6903 (61903) which are currently installed, just 6902, 6904 & 6905

https://www.ethirteen.com/products/bearing

Has anyone had to replace there rear, axle bearings yet and what challanges did you face?


Posted: Oct 8, 2019 at 8:02 Quote
chrisfrost wrote:
Hi

I have a TRSr 27.5 Wheelset and the rear Axle bearings need replacing. I cannot find anything on this wheelset and the Genuine replacement E*13 bearings do not list 6903 (61903) which are currently installed, just 6902, 6904 & 6905

https://www.ethirteen.com/products/bearing

Has anyone had to replace there rear, axle bearings yet and what challanges did you face?


If they are less than a year old E*thirteen have a no quibble replacement on them!
If you contact Silverfish the UK importer they will get them replaced.
If more than a year old then Silverfish should be able to supply you with genuine replacements.
They are angular contact bearing so you should not replace them with standard ones.
You could also try Kinetic bearings, I have found them useful for getting bearings for my YT in the last few months.
Hope that help Graham

Posted: Oct 8, 2019 at 8:05 Quote
PS the seal will be orange one side and black the other so when you put them in make sure they are the right way round

Posted: Oct 11, 2019 at 10:45 Quote
Thanks for the info

They are 2017 Wheels so well out of Warrenty

They show 6903LLU but that isnt listed as a replacement bearing from E13

Posted: Oct 14, 2019 at 9:48 Quote
I went with 2 x ENDURO 71903LLB-ABEC5 Angular Contact Rubber Sealed Ball Bearing 17x30x7mm after watching this video https://youtu.be/hRLbamNQa_0?t=315

Posted: Oct 21, 2019 at 9:40 Quote
FYI - Bearings fitted perfectly. I used a 17mm rod to push the centre shaft out and then a press to out them back in 1 by 1.

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