a skateboard has 8 bearings. 2 bearings inside each wheel facing opposite ways inside each wheel
yeah, theyre for skateboard and scooters
yes there the same bearings for every skateboard
Rocknrons speed bearings are good.
There are many different types of board bearings, but if you don't want to spend hundreds of dollars on pro bearings, Bones Reds Bearings are your best choice at about $10-$30.
Two bearings hold each wheel of a skateboard to the axle. These bearings are generally made out of steel. On some more expensive models, they may be made from silicon nitride, which is a ceramic.
depending on your bearings
Yes, scooter bearings are the same as skateboard bearings, but I would not recommend getting them.Yeah, in fact.. It's a smarter decision to buy 'SKATEBOARD' bearings over 'SCOOTER' bearings because, for the same price, you get 8 with the skateboard, and 4 with the scooter.Essentially, you'd get 2 sets of Bones Reds (best value) for your scooter, which only needs 2 bearings per wheel, at 20 bucks max.
pop them out of the wheel
it depends on were you live.
Bearings are used to let the wheels spin freely and with minimal drag.
Probably not considering they're roller blade bearings
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
A few types of bearings are plain bearings, jewel bearings, and fluid bearings.
Bones Reds, Tensor
riding on bearings
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.
Anything bone swiss.
Not much you can do, just ride 'em.
Nope I have tried that it does not work