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Faq

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

…completely dry or you can add a light drop of oil to the outside seal and work the oil into the bearing. Dry bearings can be more noisy but a light drop of oil will quiet them…

Q: How do I remove my shields or seals?

…you should use an awl. Place the awl on the shield toward the outer race. Punch down lightly until you make a small hole. Then peel the shield back with the awl. Removable metal…

Q: What is the best way to maintain my bearings?

…remove any grease or particulates. 2) Blow bearing out with compressed air. 3) Place a light drop of oil on the bearing. 4) Give the bearing a spin, if they still feel rough repeat…

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

…is not an exact science. 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…