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Old 11-16-2009, 08:30 PM   #1
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Hi there, are Yeah Racing Bearing's any good. I'm just after some reasonably priced bearings for my Xray.

Edit: I need a cheap international shipping option, $18 - $27+ for shipping will blow out the cost.
I looked at YeahRacing as shipping to NZ is cheap & didnt want to go with unbranded/unknown quality.
I am having to replace all my unbranded bearings.
Im not after the best/highest spec, just reasonable quality.

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Hi there, are Yeah Racing Bearing's any good. I'm just after some reasonably priced bearings for my Xray.
Try AvidRC.com They cost $1 per bearing and are good quality. I like the revolutions they sell, they seem to roll better and last longer then the stock Xray bearings that come with the kit. They also sell ceramic bearings for $5 each. And it's free shipping for orders over $20

The T2/T3 only has 18 bearings total so you can redo all of them for $18 ($20 if you have 2 diffs)
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Thanks for the reply.
I need a cheap international shipping option, $18 - $27 will blow out the cost.
Should have stated in 1st post, sorry.
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Thanks for the reply.
I need a cheap international shipping option, $18 - $27 will blow out the cost.
Should have stated in 1st post, sorry.
I just got a pack of 10(5x10x4)made by Yeahracing costs $11.99 from rcMart for my xray.Total cost around us$18 including shipping. They are plastic sealed and work great so far after I replaced it to the old ones, quiet and smooth.
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our try this !
5x10x4 10pcs $6.67 only !
10x15x4 10pcs $7.5 only !
http://rcmarket.com.hk/index.php?cPath=84_95
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anyone else still using these yeah racing bearings??
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I just built a TT02 and used the YR bearings. I bought the "upgraded" PTFE and cleaned them and lubed them with their bearing oil. They all spun very nicely before being installed but I can't give you any thoughts on longevity as I only have 10 packs through the car.

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Plaig bearings in Australia might suit. Not sure what postage would cost you....
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Or miniature bearings Australia.

Postage might kill it though, they're not that competitive against HK post.
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