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Old 08-23-21, 03:40 AM
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DT Swiss 240s replacement bearings

I have been trying to find out what replacement bearings I need for my hubs, but I am finding a lot of conflicting information.

Front Hub: DT Swiss 240s, Centre Lock, 32 hole, 12mm x 100mm through axle
Rear Hub: DT Swiss 240s, Centre Lock, 32 hole, 12mm x 142mm through axle, 11 speed Shimano road free hub (I am replacing it with a steel 10 steel one though, if that makes a difference).

Does any know what bearings I need?

Thanks in advanced.
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Old 08-23-21, 04:30 AM
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Originally Posted by azza_333 View Post
I have been trying to find out what replacement bearings I need for my hubs, but I am finding a lot of conflicting information.

Front Hub: DT Swiss 240s, Centre Lock, 32 hole, 12mm x 100mm through axle
Rear Hub: DT Swiss 240s, Centre Lock, 32 hole, 12mm x 142mm through axle, 11 speed Shimano road free hub (I am replacing it with a steel 10 steel one though, if that makes a difference).

Does any know what bearings I need?

Thanks in advanced.
https://www.dtswiss.com/en/support/product-support

Try that, first.
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Old 08-23-21, 04:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Badger6 View Post
Tanks, but I have already seen that, there year model for the 240 only goes back as far as 2019, I think mine are a 2015 model.
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Old 08-23-21, 04:59 AM
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Did a little more looking, and found this chart, and it is NOT MY specific. https://www.bike24.com/p2124210.html

Have you tried to contact the service center (centre)? I'm guessing they would be able to assist also.
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Old 08-23-21, 06:17 AM
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When all else fails, remove the bearings and look for numbers or measure them.
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If you're going to replace the bearings why don't you just take off the NDS axle cap and look? The info you need is right on the bearing shield.
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Old 08-24-21, 08:28 AM
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You are going to pull the bearings anyway so just take them to Statewide Bearing; I worked in Kalgoorlie and think I remember one in Perth. If not there will be an industrial bearing supply near by.
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You have to check your specific hub, but I think those are 6902 both front and rear. The freehub bearings would be a different size.
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