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Overview

Bones Speed Cream R.F. makes your bearings faster and is very long lasting while reducing friction and providing protection against corrosion.

Features
Size (oz)
  • .5
Details
  • Comes with Sticker and Instructions
Reviews
4.9
Overall Rating
Reviewed by 69 customers
Good stuff!!
by N8 B in Independence, OH (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 4/30/2021
Bones Bearings Speed Cream - single
Check it out!
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Great 5 stars
by Irvin Rivera in Dallas, TX (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 3/30/2021
Bones Bearings Speed Cream - single
Really helped out a lot speeding up my bearings
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Works Great
by Keith Blair in Clearwater, FL (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/25/2021
Bones Bearings Speed Cream - single
Does a great job of keeping bearings lubed up and spinning quietly.
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Standard Lube
by Brian in South Jordan, UT (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 1/21/2021
Bones Bearings Speed Cream - single
They make my wheels spin. Make sure you clean the bearings before adding Speed Cream.
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Works well
by Aren Lim in Monterey Park, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 10/15/2020
Bones Bearings Speed Cream - single
Makes my bearing smooth, can't complain
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Great
by Karim Tawfik in Woodstock, GA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 6/6/2020
Bones Bearings Speed Cream - single
Great
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Asked by Panthers18 on 9/3/2014
What is the difference between this and wd40
Answered by James D (Tactics Employee) on 9/3/2014
WD-40 is not a lubricant, it is a solvent that is good for removing rust. You don't really want to use WD-40 on bearings unless you plan on cleaning them with it first, then cleaning them again so no WD-40 residue remains. If you don't clean the WD-40 out, it will attract dirt and make your bearings sluggish within a short period of time. The speed cream is a great bearing lubricant that you can use more freely, and you do not have to worry about cleaning the lube out after application. Long story short, probably not a great idea to use WD-40 on skate bearings.
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