Gear 16-Pack Inline Hockey Bearings - ABEC-9

Gear 16-Pack Inline Hockey Bearings - ABEC-9

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Gear 16-Pack 608 Inline Hockey Bearings - ABEC-9

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  • ABEC 9 rated precision bearings
  • Chrome steel inner & outer rings
  • Double metal shield prevents dirt and dust buildup
  • Bearings are for Standard 608 wheels
  • Extras: Regular and floating center spacers

* We're so confident that you'll love this new Gear product that we're making an offer unheard of in the hockey equipment industry. Try it for 30 days, and if you're not completely satisfied with the performance of this product, return it to us and we will fully credit the original purchase price (excluding shipping), no questions asked!
Gear 16-Pack Inline Hockey Bearings - ABEC-9
4 Stars based on 2 Review(s)
4 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Gear Bearings
April 12, 2016
Competitive price combined with functionality.

4 Stars

Some people don't know
January 26, 2010
Mr. Brandon,<br><br>You do realize that bearings have grease in them? This grease takes a while to break in. Just like skates, you have to break in bearings as well. Putting WD-40 on bearings breaks down the grease leaving metal grinding on metal...<br><br>Touch? bud...Touch?.

By Tom Dubois from Indianapolis, Indiana on April 29, 2013
I bought these bearings to replace my old bearings. My skates are Bauer Mega 6090 RH Skate SR-Hg, Style # 1032616. My problem is that the axle from my skate does not fit inside the bearing spacers, it is too tight. Are there bearing spaces with a slightly larger diameter? Are there replacement axles that will work?
By Jeremiah at on April 29, 2013

That's a bit odd. There are really only two different axle sizes: 6mm and 8mm. If you have 8mm axles, which is what it sounds like, then the floating spacers should work. I'm guessing you've tried both the standard and floating spacers that came with your bearings in this pack. Just make sure that the bearings and spacers are perfectly aligned in the wheel hub or else it won't fit. It should be very tight and slightly difficult to fit the axles through, but if everything is properly aligned then it shouldn't be a problem. Call customer service if they still won't go in.