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.
yeah, theyre for skateboard and scooters
yes there the same bearings for every skateboard
a skateboard has 8 bearings. 2 bearings inside each wheel facing opposite ways inside each wheel
Rocknrons speed bearings are good.
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.