Use WD-40 i use it on my scooter bearings and they are the same as skateboard bearings as well if you want them to go faster soak them in the stuff for 2 days and then dry with a towel
Nope I have tried that it does not work
put your wheel half way in your the pointy thingy on you r trucks where you put you wheels and bend it so your bearings can come out or you can use a screw driver but the best way to get it out is the trucks way
If you are talking about wheels to a deck, use trucks.
It is a bad idea to ripstick and skateboard wheels are very different but i don't know if it would work but it probably wouldn't.
Most trucks and wheels will fit on any deck.
Bones Swiss but they're expensive but they're worth it
yes... unless if they are bearings for the bear trucks with the larger axle... but those are not standard on anything, even higher end longboards use standard bearings.
Pretty much. Most skateboards, quads, inlines and scooters use the same industry standard "608" sized bearings.
If the trucks use 8mm bearings (probably do, most of them do) then yes.
by "curve" do you mean turn with out lifting up the front wheels? to do this use your feet and legs to tilt the skateboard, but not so much that one side lifts up. This will turn the skateboard.