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I just replaced my bearings with Bones Reds.
Most of my bearing knowledge is from RC Monster trucks and sure; these are the cheapest skate bearings but the quality doesn’t come close to the bearings I run on my truck -fully sealed bearings that run 20-30thou rpm-
My truck bearings aren’t expected to carry 80kg and G forces = up 500kg but they do have to deal with heat and impacts that bend titanium and split 75/75 Al.
I imagine economy comes into play with skate bearings though.
When it comes down to; it I’ll just replace my skate bearings with the next higher rated ones when these fail. Which is more likely to be due to rust not wear.
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