I know there are a lot of solutions on this one. The one thing I think is consistent is the bearing. R10. In the bearing world, that's the "base" info, which is the ID, OD, and thickness. R6 is the bearing for Sunshine hubs. R10 is CBR BB.
Every other letter or digit is a feature ID.
An R6RS is an R6 bearing with 1 Rubber Seal. Take an early Sunshine hub apart, many will not have an internal seal.
An R62RS has 2 Rubber seals. Both sides.
The snap ring I think is "NR" So, you could have an R102RSNR.
There are things like ZZ and other letters which represent ceramic bearings, or high load or high RPM capability, or the seal material (metal, vs rubber).
So, any R10 bearing should fit the hardware dimensions you have, but, I could see where a shorter spindle would have issues with a snap ring bearing perhaps.
On a followup note, an "R" bearing is US/SAE measurements.
A 6000, or 6200 bearing would be a metric sized bearing. Those are 2 sizes used commonly on Suzue sealed hubs.
Sometimes, as you're trying to read old, dry, cracked seal covers, knowing if it's a "R" or an "8" can be helpful.