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

…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 out, and warms up during each use,…

Q: What kind of maintenance do sealed bearings require?

…Touch over night. Then you can re-lube them with your lube of choice. Just keep in mind that the thinner the lube is, such as oil vs. grease, the quicker it will dissipate and need…

Q: How much maintenance do bearings require?

…bearings require no maintenance and the lube is good for the life of the bearing. Metal shielded bearings that use either grease or oil should be constantly maintained and…

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

…All Orange Seal bearings with an LD (lube dry) in the part number are supplied dry, without grease or oil. AF2 in the part number means light oil and NB2 in the part number means a…