16 bearings are needed for quad skates 8 wheels x 2 bearings are needed for each wheel in quads and inlines
Don't forget, inline wheels also require spacers
MUST BUY ATLEAST 12 BEARINGS TO QUALIFY FOR FREE BEARING SHIELDS
You Only Live Once so skate today like there is no tomorrow.
Yolo Bearings is a highly rated bearing for all levels and styles of skating and is very good for those that prefer to be skating rather than servicing bearings.
Quality bearing for competitive skating, speed, derby, jam, dance, parks, fitness, recreation roller skating, skateboards, inline skates, roller, and inline hockey.
Spend more time having fun & less time servicing bearings. Advantages; deep grooves, removes debris that enters the bearings while skating, easily remove and replace shields to extend bearing life and maintain high-performance. Get ready to enjoy a smooth, fast ride.
- Steel balls
- 608 – 8MM
- High-performance skate bearings
- lubricated with light race oil
- No break-in period
- Delrin cage/ball retainer
- Extra deep grooves for lateral loads, low maintenance, increased longevity
- Double honed races for precision tracking
- Removable and replaceable non-contact shields
YOLO SWISS BEARINGS (8)
All returns for exchange or credit must be started within 14 days of delivery. Special orders and sale items may not be returned. We only accept unused products in original condition with original packaging for return. The returned item must be able to be resold as new. Boots, frames, wheels or bearings may not be mounted in any way to qualify for a credit. Boots may not be molded to qualify for a credit.
All product returns except size exchanges will require a 15% restocking fee. For size exchanges, there are no restocking fees. The shipping cost for any returned items is the sole responsibility of the customer. When your returned item has been received you will be credited for the item minus the restocking fee. If your returning equipment that initially had free shipping the initial shipping cost will be deducted from the amount credited back to you. As long as there is profit to take the initial shipping cost out of we will cover the initial shipping cost. But, if there is a return there is no profit to take the initial shipping cost out of.
For exchanges, the credit card on file will be charged for return shipping. For exchanges where Paypal was used for the initial purchase, a Paypal money request will be sent to you to pay shipping back to you.
Removing Rubber Shields:
Using a thumbtack or something similar, use the pointed end of the tack to enter the inside portion of the shield. Gently pry up, moving your pin around the inner ring of the bearing until the shield releases. Do not force the bearing up (Shields may bend with force).
Replacing Rubber Shields:
Set a bearing on a hard flat surface, place the new or original shield flat on the bearings with the center of the shield lined up with the center of the bearing, then press firmly on the side and work your fingers around the bearing. You may hear or feel a small click, as well the shield will lay flat. if there are any high spots then press again in that area. If you spin the bearing and you feel a high spot or the shield feels out of round then the shield is not seated 100%. If the bearing turns smoothly then you are all set.