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Q: How much maintenance do bearings require?

A: Maintenance depends on the type of enclosures and lubricants your bearings have. Rubber sealed or Ultra sealed bearings require no maintenance and the lube is good for the life…

Q: Do full ceramic bearings need lubrication?

A: No, full ceramic bearings can be run completely dry. They do not need lubrication to run. Ceramic is non-porous, unlike steel, as a result it is virtually frictionless. Ceramic…

Q: If I leave my ceramic hybrids dry will they wear faster?

A: Yes, while ceramic hybrid bearings do not need any lubrication to operate the steel races will have a longer life if they have a slight amount of lube on a regular basis.

Q: Do full ceramic bearings need lubrication?

A: No, full ceramic bearings can be run completely dry. They do not need lubrication to run. Ceramic is non-porous, unlike steel, as a result it is virtually frictionless. Ceramic…

Q: Are greased bearings lubed for the life of the bearing?

…bearings always need lubrication to have a long life and lubrication will always be reduced over time as it will dissipate with use. How fast the lubrication dissipates varies…

Q: What is the best water proof seal?

…water proof seal for bearings. Bearing seals are primarily designed to retain the lubrication inside the bearing. Most bearing seals are considered water repellant and will keep…

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?

…keep the grease in for the life of the bearing so there is no need to worry about lubrication. With regard the rear bearing both seals can be removed if needed and is probably…

Q: Are Orange Seal Bearings maintenance free?

A: Not really, because most fishing enthusiasts use oil as lubrication it is very difficult to retain it in the bearing even with seals. The seals will prolong the use of the…

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

…be open on both sides to allow as much fuel as possible to pass through and act as a lubricant. You may however want to leave one shield on, in the rear which would help to protect…