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SKU: #59A-005GSPieces: 18…for the life of the bearing. The heavy duty rubber seal provides extra protection against the harshest elements. All Green Seal bearings are packed in grease and will require a…More Info.
SKU: #56-005GSPieces: 8RC Car & Truck Green Seal Bearing Kit. Our Green Seal line of RC Car & Truck bearings are specially designed for off-road or excessively dirty driving environments. These bearings…More Info.
SKU: #52-140GSPieces: 20…the harshest elements. All Green Seal bearings are packed in grease and will require a short break in period to loosen up. KIT (20) SERPENT 950 GREEN SEAL KIT (20) SERPENT 950More Info.
SKU: #55-520GSPieces: 18RC Car & Truck Green Seal Bearing Kit. Our Green Seal line of RC Car & Truck bearings are specially designed for off-road or excessively dirty driving environments. These ABEC #1…More Info.
Green Seals Bearings Installation for Tekno EB48: Part 1 (Front) Would like to thank Boca Bearings for allowing me the opportunity to be a team driver and represent their company!… 2015-11-23 14:47:50
…very gritty or ceased. Incidentally, the Boca bearings arrived. I had gotten the Green Seals (suited for off-road conditions). I put them on and immediately you could feel that…
…together a string of four consecutive podium finishes. My Pro-2 is equipped with green seal Boca Bearings, a Maclan MRR 8.5T motor and for this race I selected super soft Pro-Line…
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: The bearings I received have a green shield on one side and a black shield on the other. Should either of these be removed on the back bearing? What about the front? Are these colored differently to indicate direction or does this matter?
…the bearing. The green seal is the one to remove to expose the open side. However, on the front bearing there is no need to remove either seal. Keeping both seals on offers better…