Re: The least sketchy way to do this sealed bearing conversion

I made a blog post about this 10 years ago. I know, whats a blog?

http://www.cornped.com/2011/11/got-breaks.html

I bought them from VXB for $5 each

https://www.vxb.com/LR201NPP-Track-Roller-12x35x10-Sealed-p/kit8378.htm

DICK CHEESE DICKCHEESE GOOGLYEYE PORN GOOGLY EYE SLUT subincision CUNT MOPED PUCH POLINI HONDA HOBBIT PA50 PA502-4.jpeg

Re: The least sketchy way to do this sealed bearing conversion

* wormdirt * /

Holy shit here we go.

Re: The least sketchy way to do this sealed bearing conversion

> 🇮🇹💦 Of the Loin wrote:

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> If you find a good source id buy a couple spares

I know Amazon sucks , but , It's no likely that any of you will pay 88 bucks for a true SKF , so :

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0152IXRGS/

Re: The least sketchy way to do this sealed bearing conversion

🇮🇹💦 Of the Loin /

I've had good success with all bearings

Most Chinese stuff is decent quality, y'all just ain't looking in the right spots I guess?

Re: The least sketchy way to do this sealed bearing conversion

> 🇮🇹💦 Of the Loin wrote:

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> I've had good success with all bearings

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> Most Chinese stuff is decent quality, y'all just ain't looking in the

> right spots I guess?

Probably plenty good enough for mopeds . ;)

Re: The least sketchy way to do this sealed bearing conversion

> P D wrote:

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> > 🇮🇹💦 Of the Loin wrote:

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> > I've had good success with all bearings

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> >

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> > Most Chinese stuff is decent quality, y'all just ain't looking in the

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> > right spots I guess?

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> Probably plenty good enough for mopeds . ;)

moped wheels spin at like 500rpm.

I am not nervous using china bearings.

Re: The least sketchy way to do this sealed bearing conversion

Vxb is the shit for bearings

Re: The least sketchy way to do this sealed bearing conversion

Dang that spocket seems a little worn. Just a little

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