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  1. ...for skating. When my brother upgraded from the bevo abec 9s to the labeda swiss elite bearings, I noticed a significant...

    3 Answers · Sports · 19/10/2012

  2. Yes. some bearing lubricants are thicker and need to be skated on for a while to free up. The advantage is that those lubricants tend to last longer before you need to add more.

    3 Answers · Sports · 09/02/2012

  3. There really isn't that much difference between bearings. Mission won't want to get a bad rep by making bad bearings for their main customers. The price is probably a little higher than other bearings...

    1 Answers · Sports · 06/09/2011

  4. As with all companies, they recommend that you buy parts from them even if they aren't the best. You can use any bearings that are the same size. Most wheels use "standard" 608 series bearings, some hockey...

    1 Answers · Sports · 16/07/2011

  5. They are the same size. 608 is the size, zz indicates that there are two shields but is frequently left off the description of the bearings.

    3 Answers · Sports · 24/06/2011

  6. ...39;t know anything about them but the idea of 76mm 88a wheels with free ABEC-9 bearings for $3.13 a piece sounds interesting. ...

    1 Answers · Sports · 08/05/2011

  7. ...but they are not particularly stronger. The specs for ABEC bearings include much higher loads than you will put on 8 (at...

    3 Answers · Sports · 05/04/2011

  8. ... complete comes with Krown Longboard Trucks, Abec 7 Bearings, and 65 millimeter 78a wheels. Risers have ...

    1 Answers · Sports · 27/03/2011

  9. ... make a difference when you skate. Bearings are funny, ABEC 9 should be a fast smooth bearing. Generally the best ...

    3 Answers · Sports · 18/01/2011

  10. ... at speeds of 330mph+ you will not be able to tell the difference between an ABEC 5 and an ABEC 7. "Only in extremely high speed applications...

    7 Answers · Sports · 18/10/2010

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