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    Does anyone know if i can get Renault 10 wheel bearings locally?

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    Not sure you'll get them locally. The usual sources in France and Germany will have them. They are the same as an R8.

    If it's the rears then you can use a Toyota (from memory that's what they are from) gearbox bearing and grind the shoulders to make them fit, they won't have the seals like the real deal.

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    Hi Liam. If you have a sample try Auto Surplus in Mitcham


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    Just following up on what c.lees said. Not all R8 stub axles and bearings are compatible with R10 but the latter ones are. Your first call should be to take the old bearings (and get the sizings marked on the sides) and show them to a generic bearing shop - CBC, etc. many will have a generic bearing that may fit. My recollection from doing this a year or two back is that the inners are hard to get but the outers are OK.

    Edit - assuming you are referring to front bearings.
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    The bearings will have numbers on them and most likely the manufacturer so there will be a hint to what will fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by renault8&10 View Post
    Just following up on what c.lees said. Not all R8 stub axles and bearings are compatible with R10 but the latter ones are. Your first call should be to take the old bearings (and get the sizings marked on the sides) and show them to a generic bearing shop - CBC, etc. many will have a generic bearing that may fit. My recollection from doing this a year or two back is that the inners are hard to get but the outers are OK.

    Edit - assuming you are referring to front bearings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by c.lees View Post
    Not sure you'll get them locally. The usual sources in France and Germany will have them. They are the same as an R8.

    If it's the rears then you can use a Toyota (from memory that's what they are from) gearbox bearing and grind the shoulders to make them fit, they won't have the seals like the real deal.

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    Correct a gearbox bearing from a Toyota or Nissan truck I think fit in the rear. Need do the grinding thing as above. I have them in my R10.

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    Liam,
    The front inner bearing is unique to late R8/10 Renault, available in Europe.

    I got my last SNR from a Hungarian bearing company at about half the price of European and the same price for freight. Get the bearing number, even Renault, and put it in Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordini61jr View Post
    Does anyone know if i can get Renault 10 wheel bearings locally?


    Liam Nuske
    Hi Liam

    i purchased off eBay from this supplier a 2 rear bearing kit for R18/10 for $85 delivered.

    i have fit them and they work.

    they also supply single bearing kit for $45

    As ray says just type what you want in Google and you will find something I am sure.

    angelo

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    ta! just bought two sets

    cheers! peter
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    Hi
    I have found Southern Bearings PTY Ltd.33 Mollison St, Abbotsford VIC
    (03) 9429 1222 good on renault 10 stuff- recommended by R8 dream from memory- Three or four years back now.
    Rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by robere View Post
    Hi
    I have found Southern Bearings PTY Ltd.33 Mollison St, Abbotsford VIC
    (03) 9429 1222 good on renault 10 stuff- recommended by R8 dream from memory- Three or four years back now.
    Rob
    Yes great source if you are a local.
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