WTB - Morini M1 seals

I need crank seals for a Morini M1. Ebay is empty.

Re: WTB - Morini M1 seals

I just got em from BJ at handy bikes. he should be able to hook you up.

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Motion Industries has those thats where i got them about a year ago i rebuilt an M01 a got all the bearings and seals there

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Did you ask them specifically for "morini seals" or did you give them a part type or part number reference?

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Oh I see now you order my seal diameter. Do you remember which sizes you order for a total oil seal compliment?

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no just bring the bearings and seals to them and they will measure them and order them

the guy at the MI near me he was so excited when i told him they were for a moped he gave me a discount i get everything i need there i let him ride my ped once and he gave me a bunch of stuff free

but i dont think theres going to be a moped loving guy at every motion industries store though

he told me the crank bearing for the puch #6202 is the most popular bearing in the world i think its the same for the morini and minarelli

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I'll probably have to call and order them, doesn't seem to complicated the more I look at their site. Morini uses 6203 bearings the numbers are stamped very faintly on the bearing itself. You think their would be any harm in installed a _sealed_ and pregreased set of bearings?

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yeah i noticed that after #6203 not 6202 6203 was the one thats the most common bearing in the world

Napa actually sells the 6203 and when i worked there i got a discount so i ended up paying like $1.50 each so i bought a bunch of them then i bought a bunch of seals for all my moped engines from Motions now i dont have to worry about it i have a lot of spares

i have a benelli to rebuild this spring i hope the bearings and seals are the same as the others

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Timmy Southpark /

hey mopedjay,

where do you order bearings from? is there a website?

also, is there a place to buy new seals? or is that something you pretty much gotta find NOS?

Re: WTB - Morini M1 seals

Those oil seals are very hard to find, been looking since about 9pm and still no better off. The bearings are quite common and sell very cheaply, I searched for #6203 bearings on American ebay and bought a bunch of them for pittance, both sealed and open. That Motion Industries site has thousands of different products but they're kind of expensive.

Re: WTB - Morini M1 seals

Finally found some oil seals, but, out of stock :(

http://www.amickssuperstore.com/Morini_Crankshaft_Seal_p/m106033.htm

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