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Sure Grip International QUBE Juice Skate Bearings

Sure Grip International QUBE Juice Skate Bearings, , 600
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Sure-Grip's QUBE Juice bearing was the first bearing to use QUBE 3D technology. Sure-Grip is absolutely confident that the QUBE Juice will not only make you roll faster but that it won't break your bank account, either. Skaters from around the country wanted a quality bearing that would help them compete on the national level. This bearing uses some of the technologies Sure-Grip has developed in QUBE 3D along with SSL oil and a single Labyrinth seal. When choosing a bearing, it's important to have great roil but also to know what you're up against, a perfect balance in roller skating.

Model Year 2014 Model Number QBJU 7MM Product ID 210090
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: What type of roller blades can these bearings go in? For example I personally have 80mm 82A wheel sizes, will these work with those wheels?
Asked : Jan 01, 2015
By : Matt, Orlando, FL
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A: These bearings come in various sizes. The standard bearing size referred to as 608 is used for quad skates, skateboards and inline skates is the 8mm internal bore. These bearings are also available in the type 627 which offers a 7mm internal bore. You most likely will need the standard 8mm bore.
Answered : Jan 02, 2015
By : Chris


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