yes there the same bearings for every skateboard
Yes, if you purchase or have any skateboard trucks they will fit any wheels. the bearings are the part that actually connects to the trucks. the bearings go in the wheels; the wheels with bearings go onto the trucks and are bolted on. -- everyday skater Blaze
All skateboard bearings will fit ANY sized skateboard wheel because the bearing hole is designed to be the same in all wheels.
Bearings are used to let the wheels spin freely and with minimal drag.
2 bearings bear wheel 8 bearings total
To keep the wheels rolling when you stop pushing.
pop them out of the wheel
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
Is a skateboard that is ready to go. It comes with all the basics: griptape, trucks, bearings, wheels and, of course, the skateboard. Normally the skateboard companies only set their all time favorites skateboards as completes like the Element Section skateboard. There is online shopping sites where they will let you choose all the components for your skateboard (trucks, bearings, wheels, griptape, truck bushings, etc.) like zumiez.com and ccs.com
The bearings are usually silver looking discs that are in the wheels. They can be any color, but since they are usually metal, the most common color is silver. When you assemble a skateboard, you have to press the bearings into the wheels before you put the wheels onto the trucks. This is what gives you speed, not the wheels. Bearins are rated usually ABEC 1 - 7 (except for bones). Basically, the higher the number the faster they will be, but also the price.
It's not actually the size of the skateboard that matter's, its the ball bearings the wheels have inside them. Cheap bearings that come with cheap walmart/warehouse boards almost always go slowly, were as proper bearings from your local skate shop will go a lot faster.
Deck, Trucks, Bearings, Wheels, Griptape, Bushings, Axle nuts, Kingpin
in the wheels. sometimes people have shields around theirs to make the ride quieter.
It depends on the model. Older models have bearings of an outer diameter bigger than regular skateboard wheels, and the axle is larger than the inner diameter of standard bearings. Newer models may have switched to a standard bearing. Skateboard shops sometimes have the proper sizes for older models, but roller skate wheels are closer. However the bearings do not fit standard wheels for skateboards or roller skates. If you have a good shop they can arrange to have the wheels ground out to accommodate the larger bearing, or you can have the axle machined to a smaller diameter and switch to standard bearings.
There is not so much the best or fastest brand of wheels it depends on the bearing you have. and a good place to find wheels and bearings are at surf one.com
A skateboard has 4 wheels.
I like going to my local zumiez store and getting a premium package for my skateboard which includes bearings, trucks, wheels, griptape, and of course a nice board.
the skateboard is made of 1. the deck 2. the trucks 3. the wheels 4. the bearings. do u need me to explain every part? cuz i will
All 8 that should be in the wheels.. (2 per wheel.)
Bearings, They are in the metal wheel in the middle of the wheel to make it rotate around the truck axel. the wheels are usually solid if that's what your asking.
For a kids push scooter, there are 2 bearings per wheel, 2 wheels per scooter. 4 bearings total. If you buy a pack of 8 for a skateboard, you will have 2 sets.
Unbolt your wheels first, you will need a small socket wrench for this. Then push or pry out the bearings, there are two per wheel. Press in the new bearings and bolt it up again, but not too tight so as not to squeeze the bearings.
yeah, theyre for skateboard and scooters
Griptape,deck,trucks,wheels,bearings,hardware which would be bolts nuts etc.