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Bevo ABEC 3 Skate Bearings

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Bevo ABEC 3 Skate Bearings
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Sku#: 210069P
Overview
 

Bevo ABEC 3 Bearings are precision bearings with a chrome steel inner and outer race, AKS chrome steel balls and serviceable shields. Included is a Bevo lube kit.


  • Chrome steel rings
  • AKS chrome steel balls
  • 8mm axle diameter
  • Bevo lube included



Shipping Exclusion: This item is only available for shipment by UPS to the lower 48 United States. APO, FPO, PO BOX, Hawaii, and Alaska shipments may not be possible for this item. (Please call prior to purchase.)

Special Order: This is a Special Order item, will be shipped from the manufacturer, and is not stocked in our warehouse. This item does not qualify for our Price Matching Policy. Order processing time may vary.

Specifications
Model Year  2013 Model Number  BV3 Product ID  210069
Shipping Exclusion  This item is only available for shipment by UPS to the lower 48 United States. APO, FPO, PO BOX, Hawaii, and Alaska shipments may not be possible for this item. (Please call prior to purchase.) Special Order  This is a Special Order item, will be shipped from the manufacturer, and is not stocked in our warehouse. This item does not qualify for our Price Matching Policy. Order processing time may vary.   
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Q: These are the bearings in my son's Kryptonics youth skates, but they have recently "stuck" so they are not spinning freely. I wanted to pop them out and lube them up, but I can't seem to get them out. Any suggestions?
Asked : Mar 17, 2013
By : Stephanie
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A: My suggestion would be to actual lube the bearings prior to trying to get them out and then use an allen wrench to pry them out. Feel free to use force to get the bearings out, as they do often get stuck in the wheels and you are not likely to do damage to them (if you do, it was time to replace those bearings anyway).
Answered : Mar 18, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
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