Identify Zipp Bearings
If you know what hub you are dealing with, this is the page to gather bearing details and specifications. We also list the bearings with each hub type on our hub identification page.
Please note ceramic upgrades are available for 61802, 61803, 61806 and 61902 bearings.
R6 was used in all Zipp hubs up to 217/100 - includes Ballistic, 295/104, 145 MTB, 217 track disc hub, Edco black track/road hub and free hub (282), and wheelchair hub.
R8 is used in drive side 282 disc hub and wheel chair hubs - ABEC 3
6001 2RS were used in 317/182 hubs, in the 282 disc and silver 282 road hub
6001 RS were used in the Zipp Classic Track hubs
61802 used in older Zipp hubs - 182/82, 208/108, and current convertible 182 disc hub and T2 track hubs
61803 used in the 2009, 188/88 road hubs
61806 used in VumaQuad and VumaChrono cranks
61903 used in current Zipp Super-9 disc hub – model 188
6901 2RS (12/24/6) used in Zipp 282 (black) disc hub non-drive side and free hub, also 282 silver road hub non-drive
6902 (15/28/7) used in Zipp 202 drive side
188 disc hub – Super-9 2010 Uses 1 x 61802 in the hub non-drive, 1x 61903 hub drive side and 2 x 61802 in the road free hub body.
ZIPP 30/60 wheel hubs.
How to identify ceramic bearings
We only stock these ceramic bearing sizes: 61802, 61803, 61806 and 61902. Check the inner casing for the letter 'X' at the start of the bearing number e.g. X61802 or X61803.