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Jackpots Skateboard Bearings

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Every wheel deserves a smooth roll, go with the Lucky Jackpots skateboard bearings.

  • Set of 8 Bearings
  • ABEC 3

ABEC 3 - The ABEC scale is essentially a measurement of bearing tolerance for high precision bearings as dictated by the Annular Bearing Engineering Committee (ABEC). The scale runs from ABEC 1 through ABEC 9 using odd integers only. Essentially, the higher up on the scale a bearing is rated the tighter the tolerance is.

Tighter bearing tolerance means that the bearing moves with less resistance at high speeds, giving you a bit more roll for your push. In general most ABEC 3 or ABEC 5 bearings have steel races (shell of the bearing) with hardened steel ball bearings, and most ABEC 7 or ABEC 9 bearings feature steel races with super hard (much harder than steel) ceramic or titanium bearings.

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by Nostalgia Skater
Posted on 6/23/2019
Lucky Jackpots Skateboard Bearings
I'd advice not to purchase these bearings. Within two weeks, the gold crowns fell out as well as the ball bearings.
2 people have found this review helpful
by Eion
Posted on 4/17/2019
Lucky Jackpots Skateboard Bearings
You're getting what you pay for, cool to learn on but not good for long term.
2 people have found this review helpful
Good cheap bearings
by John Bartholow in Raleigh, NC (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/3/2017
Lucky Jackpots Skateboard Bearings
On par with Cheapshots or mini-logo other sub-$20 bearings. Not amazing, but they get the job done at a good price. Def recommend!
1 person has found this review helpful
by Jimmy Salazar in Bakersfield, CA (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 8/20/2015
Lucky Jackpots Skateboard Bearings
Quick bearings for a good price!
0 person has found this review helpful

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Asked by IAMAMESS on 10/10/2017
do the bearings come with the shields off as shown in the picture?
Answered by Hunter H (Tactics Employee) on 10/11/2017
The outsides of the bearing include a shield, which is removable if you choose to do so. The inner side of the bearing however, does not have a shield.
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