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How to Clean | Lubricate bearings for RC Onroad

How to Clean | Lubricate bearings for RC Onroad
How to Clean | Lubricate bearings for RC Onroad website: www.bocabearings.com 2015-10-06 19:45:05
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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.

Q: How should the Orange Seal bearings be handled before being used?

…packed in grease or oil land you would like to clean out your bearings, you can remove the seals and soak the bearings in our Clean Touch over night. Blow the bearings dry the next…

Q: What kind of maintenance do sealed bearings require?

…When they start to feel gritty you can remove the seals and soak the bearings in our Clean Touch over night. Then you can re-lube them with your lube of choice. Just keep in mind…

Q: When should I replace my bearings?

A: If you have gone through the cleaning steps outlined above and your bearings begin to feel gritty or notchie to the touch, they should be replaced. When bearings sit idle for a…