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Q: I noticed that your Green Seal RC Car & Truck Bearings are "maintenance free and lubed for the life of the bearing." Would these bearings still be maintenance free if run in wet conditions, or even submerged in water?

A: Our green seal bearings are water resistant, not waterproof. They are the best bearings available for off-road racing, through mud, water and dirt. However if submerged for a…

Q: What kind of performance enhancement should I expect from ceramic bearings?

…ceramic bearings are lighter, stronger and faster. Typically you will see about 2-3 times the life out of a ceramic bearing as compared to a standard bearing. This is because…

Q: How long does it take to break in a bearing?

…Most bearings are packed in thick, viscous grease or with a light weight oil. As a result the bearing generally will not free spin to the touch. Over time as the lube thins…

Q: How often should I clean and lube them and what lube should I use?

A: The only bearings that need to be lubed occasionally are the metal shielded bearings, and they need to be cleaned every 4 - 5 races depending on the length of each race.