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Old 10-06-2010, 09:23 AM   #16
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Boca or Answer-RC bearings are excellent too
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Old 10-06-2010, 09:35 AM   #17
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I run ready roller $1 bearings for my truggy and BOCA $1 in buggy. Both work well and for a $1 you can't complain.

Clutch bearings I would says hands down, no doubt I will run nothing but TKO special clutch bearings. Those things are MINT. Anyone who hasn't tried them, I would suggest, it they work wonders.

Come to think of it anyone know who has these in stock? I know peter has been trying his best to get them back in stock.
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TKO fo sho!!!
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Old 10-21-2010, 03:52 AM   #19
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I visited avidrc to find a complete set for my xray 808 2010 specs but I found it confusing with the ceramic and metalic etc etc

what is the best?
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Avid for me as well.Cheap and awesome bearings.I run them in everything in my signature and they can last a season.
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i buy avid as well. buck bearings.

i screwed up my order.. i ordered 5x10 flanged bearings.. and needed straight. i sent 1 simple email, and they shipped my 12 mis-ordered bearings without receiving mine in return.

excellent customer service, and great prices. never had a issue with avid bearings. your not going to get 10 gallons on a set of bearings, but for a $1 a piece, i don't mind changing them once a gallon or so. gives me a excuse to break down my truck.
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