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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?

A: Firstly the different colored seals do indicate which is the open side on the bearing. The green seal is the one to remove to expose the open side. However, on the front bearing…

Q: Should I remove the shields or seals from my engine bearings?

…stop oil leaks. If your bearing has two shields, we recommend you remove one of them. (For instructions on removing your shields, see the next section) Your rear bearing should…

Q: Can the seals be removed from lightning ceramic bearings for maintenance?

…reel and we will let you know if the shields are removable for the specific bearing for your reel. You can take a look at this page on our website to see how to remove the shields.

Q: How do I remove my shields or seals?

…For fixed metal shields 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…