Yes, I believe so. The sprocket/drum may be different between the C5/B5/G5, maybe not, but I'm pretty sure all the bearings are the same. Buying them locally gives you an advantage here. You can either remove them and take them with you or return them if you got the wrong ones. Also, I'm betting you can get better quality at a bearing shop than the Indan OEM ones.Scott
Single sided seal and NOT C3 then?
does the flintstone company provide the rear brakes for RE?
Just wondering about things like extra friction from the seal making them run hotter and whether they need the room for the grease to expand. It would suck to put sealed bearings on only to have them get hot, push out all their grease, then fail.Scott