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Independent Genuine Parts ABEC 5 Skateboard Bearings

$13.95
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Features
Shined to perfection and designed for a smooth roll, these Independent ABEC 5 skate bearings will stand up to the hardest drops and keep you cruising.
Quantity:
Set of 8 Bearings
Type:
ABEC 5
Includes:
4 Spacers and 8 Speed Rings
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Slippery
by Eugeneral
Posted on 4/24/2015
Independent Genuine Parts ABEC 5 Skateboard Bearings
Just put these in some new Formula Four 99 Spitfire Conicals. Talk about Speed-freaky! Maybe anytime you ride new wheels and bearings they'll seem super fast? Iono maaaan, these seem like the fastest I've ever ridden in my life! What you get, and for the price?! Hard to beat. Independent trucks have always been my fav, and now the rest of their goods are too. Stoked on these bearings!
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Good but not great
by RichD in WA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 7/7/2014
Independent Genuine Parts ABEC 5 Skateboard Bearings
One started making noise and developed a "click" pretty much out of the box. It is still working and I am hoping it will break in, but wouldn't expect an ABEC 5 bearing would need to break in to get rid of a click.
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Good bearings for a great price
by Jason in LA, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 4/27/2012
Independent Genuine Parts ABEC 5 Skateboard Bearings
They even come with speed rings and spacers
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Asked by Louis on 9/15/2014
what exactly are speed rings and spacers? are they easy to install?
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 9/16/2014
Speed rings are the skinny spacers that come on trucks when you buy them. You use them on either sides of the wheel so you can tighten the axle nut all the way without it grabbing your bearings. Spacers go inside of your wheel between the bearings, just put one bearing in your wheel, then the spacer, then the other bearing on the other side of the wheel.
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