Rear Wheel Bearing & Seal Kit | Honda CB350 / CL350 / CB360 / CL360
Wheel Bearings and Dust Seal for CB350 / CB360 Rear Wheels

Rear Wheel Bearing & Seal Kit | Honda CB350 / CL350 / CB360 / CL360

Your Price: $30.00
CMC Part Number:K10007
  • OEM Part:10007
  • Qty:Sold Individually

Optional Add-On Part:
Wheel Bearing Retainer (#10022) (+$28.00)
UP: Rear Wheel Bearings (Rear Drum)
#10053 (x1)
UP: Rear Wheel Bearing (Rear Drum)
#10054 (x1)
UP: Wheel Bearing Dust Seal
#10044 (x1)

Part: Rear Wheel Bearing & Seal Kit for Honda CB350 / CL350 / SL350K0 / CB360 / CL360

Why You Need This: Let us take a second and think about how important the wheel bearings are on your Honda CB350 or CB360. Wheel bearings to allow the wheels of your bike rotate smooth and free while giving you precise and predictable control when riding. However wheel bearings wear out and can cause excessive play in your hub and wheel wobble, which will just get worse with use. If you see that the rear wheel bearings on your Honda are leaking grease, feel "crunchy", the wheel feels like it's not turning smoothly or has lateral play (back and forth movement perpendicular to the axle) then it is time to replace your wheel bearings.

We are proud to offer top quality European made bearings with ample grease packing in our wheel bearing & seal kit. This wheel bearing and seal kit fits the rear wheel of all Honda CB350 and CB360 models (CL350 Scrambler, SL350K0, CL360 Scrambler, CJ360) with drum brake and includes both drive side (large) and brake side (small) bearing and dust seal. 

While you have the back wheel off go ahead and revive your rear brake with some new brake shoes. It is also good to change the front wheel bearings  as well. Bearing kits are available for front drum brake wheels and disk brake front wheels.

Installation Tip: Remove the old bearing using a long punch. When installing the new ones, heat up the wheel hub with a heat gun in order to temporarily expand the metal and make installation easier. Toss the bearings in the freezer for a few hours to shrink them down as well. To push the new bearings in, use a large socket or a piece of tubing that it is about the same diameter of the bearing's outer race. Never push on the inner race of the bearing as you can damage or destroy the bearing.

This Rear Wheel Bearings Kit Fit These Honda Motorcycles
5 Stars
CL350 Bearings
Bearings are great and fit easily if you use grease and a socket that fits the outer race. Getting the old ones out is a chore especially with the bearing retainer. I did the brakes at the same time to save my time in the future
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Reviewed by:  from Centreville, MI. on 3/17/2017
5 Stars
Bearings were an absolute necessity on my 49 year old bike, these fit like a glove after using a little heat on the hub and putting the bearings in the freezer. Work flawlessly.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Houston. on 5/5/2020
5 Stars
Went on easy, the video really helped getting bearing retainer off
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Litchfield Illinois . on 12/5/2020

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