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Old 04-15-2009, 07:14 PM   #1
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put a set of ceramic bearings in my losi 8ight t 1.0 feels better then when i bought it new just thought you guys could take a look at the site


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Pretty decent pricing
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Old 04-15-2009, 09:07 PM   #3
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Yeah his bearings are nice and he is pretty local to me so thats cool to.
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Bah... Avid Revolutions are $1 each, and they're great bearings.
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Bah... Avid Revolutions are $1 each, and they're great bearings.
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I have spend count dollars on bearing on this hobby and the 99 cent Avid or bocas are just as good
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Ready rollers steel bearings are just as good as Avid's I wasnt referring to the Ceramic's. I see no need for ceramic bearings in offroad except in the engine.
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